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Heater valve i had to replace the heater valve in my car and now i cant remember how to put it back

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    yes



  • Paul Lynch May 11, 2010

    Is this 4-port heater valve used on Limousines? If so,

    Flip it round you'll find some sort of arrow pointing in a direction that will be your inlet, The middle one goes to the inlet of the Heater Matrix and the other two go to the last two spare pipes.

  • Harley May 11, 2010

    What exactly do you mean by "heater valve", and where about is it located?

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A- In/Out Pipe rear Heater Matrix *
B - Inlet from engine
C - Inlet to heater matrix
D- In/Out Pipe of rear heater Matrix *
E - 12v Solenoid that controls the vacuum
* I have never noticed a right and wrong way for these two as either has given me correct operation, If anyone has anything different to say feel free to inform me.

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