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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the trunk, in the rear corners, you'll see some plastic "caps" with tabs on them, similar to wing nuts. Remove those, and the taillight comes right off the back of the car. That will allow you to replace the bulbs.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
There are 2 hoses going through the firewall from the engine, these are the coolant hoses to the heater core, one is 3/4" and one 5/8", the control valve should be in the larger line (3/4") which is the inlet, make sure that the valve has vacuum (heater on low), also check and see if both hoses get hot with the heater blower on low, if they do get hot your problem is not the heater control valve but the air temp control blend door actuator.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
it is a silver , cylindrical object held onto the upper intake asy. by 2 small bolts, it also has couple of wires connected to it.
Does anyone ever buy a book before they work on their own cars?
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
Most heater control valves are on or near the firewall behind the engine. Look for coolant hoses attached to a small metal piece. It also will have an arm that has a cable from inside the vehicle attached to it.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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