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    coolant system part

    On the WRX where the coolant cap goes, what is the name or part number for that flat metal piece with the 3 tube attachments and the 6 bolts that hold it? i broke one of the bolts and now i dont know if its going to leak on me... thanks

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    Sounds like the either the radiator top itself, or coolant overflow tank/reserve tank? Picture?
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    3 tubes,6 bolts,sounds like you are talking about the radiator itself(the top of the radiator is plastic though).But like the above poster said pictures would be helpful.Does this pertain to the part with the tabbed radiator cap or the round radiator cap?
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