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Installing the rear heater water lines

I'm trying to remove the tubing for the rear heater.It's dealer part number/description 5005394-AF Tube Supp 24028019.I have the old one disconnected but can't get it out. It's two tubes together that have four hose connections at the firewall. It bends down and connects to two hoses beneath the passenger seat.
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You need to remove wiper module in order to replace these heater tubes..remove both wiper arms,cowl grille screws..4 small nuts up by windshield,4 bolts holding module by wiper linkage..unplug wiper motor connector on front,remove drain tubes from module,lift up and out on module..reverse procedure to reinstall

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  1. Partially drain the cooling system.
  1. Remove the tube gasket from the heater core tubes.
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  1. Remove A/C electronic blend door actuator.
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      5. Install the camshaft sprocket.
      6. Install the belt from the camshaft, timing belt tensioner, and water pump sprocket.
      0900c1528008b2f4.jpgFig. 7: Radiator hose-to- engine mounted water pump inlet tube-gasoline engines 0900c1528008b2f5.jpgFig. 8: Exploded view of common water pump inlet tube and related fasteners-non-A/C type 0900c1528008b2f6.jpgFig. 9: Exploded view of water pump and related components-1988-90 1.9L engineDo not rotate the engine with the timing belt removed.
      1. Tighten the belt tensioner attaching bolts, then secure the tensioner over as far as possible.
      2. Install the timing belt cover.
      3. Install the accessory drive belts.
      4. Refill the cooling system and reconnect the negative battery cable.

      Nov 15, 2008 | 1983 Ford Escort Gt

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