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Old 11-17-2009, 10:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where do the heater hose lines hook up? Anybody? I'm getting no heater threw vents think hoses are not right
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check the hoses where they exit and return on engine.
Valve could be shut off.
I shut mine off in summer....just opened it up last week.
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They are open... but, where is the correct spot to hook them up?
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They are open... but, where is the correct spot to hook them up?
We're gonna need more details as to what you are up against . If the hoses are disconected it was probably done for a reason, such as a leaking heater core but the heater core connections are on the firewall on the passenger side of the cab about midway up , they should be slightly different sizes , the hoses may be looped to keep dirt out, they should have hose clamp connections if this doesn't make sense we are going to need pictures of your problem.
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