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94 2d 2wd exp sport 4.0

What is the name for the quad inlet outlet valve to the heater.
My inlet corroided and broke last night need to replace.
1 inlet from wp hose inlet-outlet to heater core 1 return line
also their is a vaccum sensor attached below does this need to be replaced also?
Any help will be appreciated this is my only trans.

Mike in KCMO

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    Michael Wolf Nov 05, 2008

    Thank you found 1 that is the correct name and it does shut the heater core off



    Mike

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I think they are called heater control valves. Haven't seen one of those since my 1958 Buick Super. I believe they turn off the water to the heater core when in AC mode. Good Luck!

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