which side of the heater core do you hook up the hose from water pump


Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 03:50 PM about the 1985 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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top if there is one..

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there is a inlet an outlet i have had it bypassed for so long can't remember for sure how to hook up hoses one hose is from water pump the other goes to engine

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If they are both the same size, it really doesn't make any difference, but if one is 3/4 and the other 5/8s the 3/4 is the hot side.

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no ts... if there is a top and a bottom inlet is top...

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thanks guys they are the same size and are side by side at the top of heater core i'm pretty sure i remember how they hook up but was wanting to be sure so thanks again


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yeah that's it 5/8 by 5/8 i believe the left side goes to pump an right side to engine if you are looking at it coming though firewall


Right the closest port to the engine is the Hot supply.


cool thanks a lot thought that was right but couldn't remember for sure been bypassed for 5 years finally putting everything together again

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