Question about 1993 Ford Econoline
Have cutoff hose coming from rear/side auxillary heater/AC Blower. Looks like (3) hoses coming out from Aux.Blower to engine compartment. Can't figure out where to connect cutoff 5/8"id hose, other two lead to AC connections. Just finished flushing cooling system but could not locate where someone would have capped off or removed components of cooling system. Could use Cooling system schematic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will notice the low side has a larger aluminum pipe, and along that pipe you will find the low side port. Anyways you can't connect the low side charging hose to the high side so there is no way you gonna make a mistake on connecting the can to the high side and blowing up the can.LOL
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
I assume that you are talking about the Thermostat Housing. (The plastic thing where the upper radiator hose mounts, along with a heater hose and a bypass hose.) These are bad about cracking and leaking. Dorman makes a replacement assembly for this. The kit comes with the entire assembly, including the thermostat. It should be available at most any parts store.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
SOURCE: low pressure hose cooling system
The Low pressure is located near the firwall by the heater side. YOU can remove the plastic cover which covers the battery wires so you can see it better Is a little difficult to see it, but is there. Passenger side of the vehicle looking from front to back
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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