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Old 07-03-2005, 06:16 PM   #11
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Well, there'* not much else further left. Am I closer now?

there u go u found it
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there u go u found it
OK, which one?
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bottom hose it looks like can u take one more pic of the hoses closer
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"1" I assume. If not, is it in group "2", hose "3", or "4"?

I'll take a closer pic of whichever you'd like to see.

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I've got it narrowed down to 3 or 4. Anyone know for sure? Thanks.
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Either will do, both are your heater hoses. One goes in and the other is the return. I can not tell which is which. The manual should be able to tell you, if your kit requires it being in a certan one.
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I believe #4 is the return.. and it won't matter, because the coolant will all get flushed anyways. It'* just that the heater core will be the last thing in line to get flushed, or the first, which doesn't matter one bit.


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