Question about Isuzu Cars & Trucks
Find the two hoses that go to the heater , disconnect from the heater core pipes ( normally in the engine compartment at the firewall) and place a joiner in the hoses and clamp up tight---
heater out of the circuit --
Posted on Dec 07, 2016
Just loop the hose.
we;ve done this 50miles offroad, many times.
get a leak and we bypass. it
the heater core is just a loop
so if you shunt that, with out side loop, heat ends in the cab but
the leak ends. (core leaks or its hoses)
you need section of pipe, I used copper water pipe
and made a loop, (fittings)
and then disconnected the heater 2 hoses and connected them t
then waited 3 weeks for dealer to ship the core in from
in the old days (even some in 1989) the heater was optional
imagine how that works.
you can even read the service manual or the parts lists and see how they did that.
i have 89 here, offroad car, that has no PS. no AC and no heater
that came new that way.
had a 64 Dodge that way too.
the only tricky part is matching the hose ID.
inside diameter, and how long you run it.
if short time PCV can work. not me but might.
on some cars just a long hose, makes the loop work
input to out put nippless....
Posted on Dec 10, 2016
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