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Where are the heater core hoses under the hood of a 99 plymouth voyager

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Between the engine and the firewall under the windshield.

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After the car warms up feel the heater hoses that go into the fire wall from the motor both should be warm if only one is warm and the other is cool the heat valve that opens the flow of antifreeze to the heater core is not functioning locate the valve (either under dash in passenger compartment or in the egine compartment) it has a vacuum line going to it and it should have vacuum when the heat is on if not replace the vacuum line or valve itself. Back flush heater core and also be sure the level of antifreeze is up to the top low antifreeze will cause no heat to occur.

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