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2001 crown vic 4.6 engine location of the heater control valve

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SOURCE: trying to find the heater control valve

its on the pass.side of enginbe bay by the a.c. evaporator

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SOURCE: cant loc the idle air control vavlve located on a 1988 crown vic

attached to the throttle body,looks like an electric motor bolted to a square piece with the corners notched out,with 2 wire connector on the end.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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YOU GETTING INTO LOT OF DISASSEMBLY TROUBLE YOU HAVE REMOVE WHOLE DASH AND TO GET HEATER CORE YOU HAVE TO REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOUNTING ARM AND THE PIVOT.SHAFT.YOU HAVE REMOVE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE UPPER COWL EXTENSION SCREW AND THE EXTENSION.REMOVE VACUUM HOSES AND THE WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR FROM THE EVAPORATIVE EMISSIONS CANISTER PURGE VALVE NUTS AND THE VALVE.REMOVE COWL SIDE NUT.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE RIGHT SIDE REAR FENDER APRON SCREWS AND REPOSITION THE APRON.REMOVE EVAPORATOR HOUSING NUT AND SCREW.YOUR HEATER CORE INSIDE EVAPORATOR HOUSING YOU HAVE TO REMOVE HEATER CORE FROM THE RIGHT REAR OF FENDER FROM EVAPORATOR HOUSING.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE DASH TO DISCONNECT HEATER HOSES, REAR AIR DUCTS,REMOVE EATC CONTROLLER AND DISCONNECT OTHER ELECTRICAL HARNESSES YOU HAVE A BIG JOB.GOOD LUCK.YOU WILL NEED A REPAIR MANUAL TO SEE INSTRUCTIONS.

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passenger side valve cover if there is one and it might have 2 vacuum hoses going to it

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SOURCE: where is the heater control valve on 2006 crown vic

This car doesn't use a heater control valve.

Posted on Oct 03, 2012

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