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How to replace a heater control valve on a 1989 jaguar xj6

When installing the new heater control valve which opening faces the dash and which one faces the engine .

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I have done it, on my 89.
yes, it gets a lot coller inside when done..


ok, it is not a fun job, it is a bit hidden, but it is do-able.
i used an old volvo part for it, also fits, same vacum type of system

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Do you have the old control valve , look how you took that valve off and install the new one the same way . rule off thumb is that the top of the valve will be the feed coming from the water pump and the other side will be the retrun good luck kdc744

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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