How or where are hoses to temporarily bypass heater core? Have both covers off in passenger footwell , see core but unable to find or see the hoses

Asked by Apr 26, 2015 at 11:36 AM about the Ford E-Series Wagon

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93 e 150 4.9 clubwagon

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In the engine compartment you'll see 2 small coolant hoses that appear to go into the firewall. Those are the heater hoses. Disconnect them and, using a connector and hose clamps, "loop" the 2 hoses together. HTH. -Jim

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Be sure that the engine is cold before doing this!! Don't want you getting burned by hot coolant!! -Jim

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