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Old 03-02-2019, 12:55 AM   #1
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Evo X Oil Drain Line Part Number

Hey guys,
My oil drain line is leaking from the accordion-like portion. It is a 2013 Evo X GSR. Searching the web yields me two part numbers; MAP lists an Evo X oil return tube as PN: 1225A181. However, several other websites list a PN: 1225A159. What is the difference between the two? I went to a Mitsubishi parts warehouse website and pulled up both parts by PN; the 159 part is listed for 54$, whereas the 181 part is for 70$. The diagrams look very similar. Both are listed to work for a 2013 Evo X GSR. Which of these is the correct PN for the job?
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