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Bronco II heater hose connection diagram

Replaced cabin heater and did not mark hoses

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here is a good website with the repair manual

http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,2154701/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528018ee0e

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the rubber hoses and metal tubes are all sold separately at your Ford dealer

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SOURCE: looking for a diagram for 2001 Ford Windstar -

this is kind of vague, so please dont give me a bad vote but it sounds like your heater control valve is defected.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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2003 ford windstar, my heater hose is leaking at the connection to iron pipe, I need a diagram to figure out how to fix


Most likely while you are in there it's time to replace the hose. Saves having to go back if it starts leaking on the other end which is highly likely given the age. There should be a return heater hose, it is probably in similar condition. Diagram may be available via google. Youtube may show you how to. A very bright led flash light will allow you to see and trace the heater hose. You'll need to drain the radiator save the antifreze if new. Replace if old. Any other cooling system hoses need to be replaced? How is the water pump. It's not the leak is it? Otherwise Library probably has repair manual, or may be time to invest in repair manual. Lightly used may be available on Ebay and others. New hoses are cheap insurance against possible failure.

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88 bronco II, heater hose going to water is cold, and my heater blows cold air, is my water pump going bad? the return heater hose is warm, it was heating once in awhile now it don't heat at all just cold...


I would try flushing heater core to see if it's plugged. I don't think it's waterpump, your rig would be overheating if it was. Leaking is most common waterpump failure.

Mar 06, 2011 | 1988 Ford Bronco II

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When you turn on the heat it blows cold


Hello! Bring the engine to operating temperature...Turn the heat on high...Does the upper radiator hose get hot and hard?...Feel the heater hoses...Does one, both, or neither hose get hot?...

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Feb 09, 2011 | 1989 Ford Bronco II

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My bronco leaks water under the ungine badly


There are a few things that could cause a major leak in your cooling system Check all of your hoses to be sure they are tight check your radiator for holes and leaks.Check the overfill tank for cracks if it is equipped.Check the hoses that go to the heater for breaks in the hoses or for leaks.Next would be to check your water pump for leaks in the gasket and the thermostat housing for leaks Also check the hoses that are connected to the radiator for leaks..If its that major of a leak I would look more at the radiator or water pump.I hope this provides a little information to help find a solution.

Feb 08, 2011 | 1987 Ford Bronco II

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Im not getting heat in my 1989 ford bronco II. i replaced the thermostat< and still only getting luke warm. im not getting drips in the passenger floorboards, and my windsheild isnt fogging, so i...


You could have an air bubble in the system. It is also possible that the heater core has debris blocking the flow of water. I would check to see that you are getting good circulation by checking the heater hoses near the firewall. If they are both getting hot then you may have an air baffle issue inside the heater box.

Dec 03, 2010 | 1989 Ford Bronco II

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How do you bypass the heater core on a 1998 Ford Bronco 2?


Disconnect both hoses from the core and one of them also from the engine. Hook the other one back to where you took one off, making a loop. The picture below is not a bronco, but gives you the idea.
By the way, your core is easy to replace. It almost pops right out from under the dash. I ahve included picture below.

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Remove and replace heater core procedures:

  1. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes and plug hoses.
  2. In the passenger compartment, remove the five screws attaching the heater core access cover to the plenum assembly and remove the access cover.
  3. Pull the heater core rearward and down, removing it from the plenum assembly.

To install:

  1. Position the heater core and seal in the plenum assembly.
  2. Install the heater core access cover to the plenum assembly and secure with five screws.
  3. Install the heater hoses to the heater core tubes at the dash panel in the engine compartment. Do not over-tighten hose clamps.
  4. Check the coolant level and add coolant as required. Connect the negative battery cable.
  5. Start the engine and check the system for coolant leaks.

Nov 09, 2010 | 1988 Ford Bronco

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Is it the heater core


you more than likely have two problems. first the heater core then either the heater hose or the clamp is bad

Mar 04, 2009 | 1990 Ford Bronco II

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Heat/AC doesn't blow in 88 bronco II


sounds like a bad heater core , your coolent may be low , check it out and add if needed . this will not fix your leak but you might get so heat untill you can check out the heater core

Jan 23, 2009 | 1988 Ford Bronco II

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Heater in 1984 Bronco blows cold.


There may be a few reasons for this - just check them all in turn.

  1. Low coolant - Check your expansion bottle.
  2. Airlock in heater matrix - Can you hear trickling water sometimes, have you changed the coolant or had to top-up? - Bleed the air out through bleed valve or loosen a hose while engine is running.
  3. Faulty heater valve. This can actually be the link to control the heater valve rather than the valve itself. - How does the hot/ cold switch feel? - is it very loose ? Sometimes the valve gets stiff, and the next time it is moved, the control wire snaps. Often the valve needs replacing and the broken link to cure it. Not a major expense - just fiddly to do.
  4. Blocked heater matrix - from using radweld or similar quick-fixes. Replacement is better than flushing.

Jan 05, 2009 | 1984 Ford Bronco II

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