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Old 10-06-2009, 01:56 PM   #11
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I will have to look at mine tonight to see where the heater hoses are, but the heater core is inside the passenger compartment around the glove box opening. There should be two hoses (black rubber, probably around 5/8" to 3/4" in diameter) going through the firewall in that area. Danthurs isn't on right now, but he has a 97 and when he shows up on the forum today we can also ask him.
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Alright. Thanks for all the help.
I've got a few days to figure this project out, I'll probably start Saturday after work or Friday after school.
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I think I figured it out.
I just need to double-check before I go unhooking hoses and stuff

I believe this is the inlet/outlet of the heater core. Correct me if I'm wrong
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This is where the top hose from that picture connects


This is where the bottom hose connects. The light is shining directly on it so it'* hard to see the clamp, but it'* there.
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If anyone can confirm that this is right, it would be a huge help.
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That sure looks like it. Danthurs will drop in here at some point and he will know for sure.
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