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I have a very leaky heater core in my 2001 Ford Excursion 4x4 PSD

I have a very leaky heater core in my 2001 Ford Excursion diesel with 250K miles....which heater hoses should I install a shut off valve inline on to keep the water out of the heater core?

....this is TX and it was 107 at my house last weekend....so no need for a heater until Jan 2010.

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You could disconnect the hose from the core and connect it to the return for the time being. Of course, you'll have no heat for when the temperature drops back into the 90's. :^ )

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