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Im trying to flush the cooling system on a '97 Plymouth Breeze. The Prestone flush n fill kit says i need to cut the heater inlet hose. Where is that located? It says it comes from the fire wall, and i think i've located the heater hoses (see pic) but i dont want to cut the wrong one. Neither seem to go to the top of the engine.
Not positive about that engine, but the usual method is the heater inlet will come off the cylinder head somewhere and to the firewall, and the heater outlet (the return hose) will be at same place on the firewall and go to the water pump, very close or at the fitting where the lower radiator hose attaches to the water pump inlet.
Posted on Jul 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The inlet going TO the heater core should be the top one (I think) but in any case it would be the one with the heater control valve on it (see picture below) Hope this is what you were looking for....
Posted on Mar 05, 2012
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