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SOURCE: A 1999 Kia Sportage. Heater core leaking.

tie both hoses together

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: BLOCKED heater core

remove one of the heater core hoses at the bulk head or firewall and loop together where they go to the engine so no coolant goes into cab (through firewall)

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: how to bypass heater core on a 1995 isuzu

you need to remove the two hoses going into the firewall and plug them.They sell plugs and hose clamps at the parts house. Measure the hose size which is either going to be a 1/2' or 5/8" or 3/4"

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SOURCE: heater core leak. How can I temporarily bypass

Purchase a hose mender or flush tee. Find the heater hoses under the hood. They will be on the passenger side of the engine and should be 5/8 or 3/4 I.D. hoses. Cut both hoses and install the mender or tee in between the two ends that go to the engine. Usually on hose is 5/8 and the other is 3/4. buy one of each size fitting and try to stretch the 5/8 hose onto the 3/4 fitting. If you can't, when using the smaller one, you will have to tighten the clamp extra tight when fitting the 3/4 hose on the 5/8 barb. get yourself two wormgear clamps in either case.

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For heater core replacing procedure. I suggest you to go through this related help links.Its all complete step by step procedure: ----How to replace heater core for All car models?

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How can I bypass the heater core


not sure if this is what you are after but try this link..
Step 3: Connect the Hoses Together. Use a hose connector or hose coupler to attach the two ends of hose together. That way, the anti-freeze that would be routed through theheater core will instead just go through a short loop of tubing.

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Heater blows cold air--where is heater control flap or switch?


These cars are notorious for having blocked heater cores, causing the heater to blow cold air. That's because there is a heater core bypass hose near the firewall that allows the coolant to bypass the heater core. Eventually the heater core fills with gunk and no coolant passes through it. You'll need to disconnect the hoses from the heater core at the firewall and flush the core using a garden hose. Flush both ways till water runs clear. If you can't access the heater core fittings at the firewall, then follow the hoses from these fittings back to the engine and disconnect them at that point and flush from there. If you flush from the hoses in this manner, it is important that you clamp off the bypass hose at the firewall with a vice grip pliers.
Otherwise the flushing water will go through the bypass hose and not the heater core.

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Dec 21, 2015 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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97 crystler concord dont blow hot air blows good just not hot and fuse is good and temp gauge works. Control pannel seems good too


Check the coolant lines from the engine to the heater core for blockage and the core for blockage

Dec 05, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Would bypassing the heater core pose any problems to my engine?


No. You eventually will need the heat to defrost and de ice the windshield though.

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Chrysler sebring no heat


If the heater core lines are hot but the core isn't, the problem may be a clogged core.

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My heater core is bypassed, car overheats, leaks when started and shakes, lexus is200


More than likely since your heater core is by-passed,your thermostat was probaly removed and you may be without one.Here's a link to check and replace it.Here's a link to heater core.Your heater core could be bad since it was bypassed,does the front floor board have water stains anywhere.

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My 1990 Crystler Imperial heater wont work.


If you have a natural gas heater, make sure the gas is turned on. It won't work otherwise. I hope you warm up!


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2003 Chrysler Sebring, no heat cold air only. Have filled coolant. Hot air will come out with fan turned to high for a minute or two and then it will change to cold only. Any ideas?


sounds like a restriction in the coolant bypass and or heater core. you will want to check if both sides of the heater core hose near the firewall are hot on both sides if so you have an issue with the air ducts but if not then you may have a failing heater control valve or a restriction.

Dec 27, 2009 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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My heater not working, i replaced thermostat and radiator hoses, had radiator flushed and rodded, and still no heat. What is wrong?


Too much blockage in heater hoses or heater core.
Bypass valve may be stuck on "bypass" .

1. Remove bypass "Tees", but don't discard.
Replace with straight-through hose fittings.
The core may start leaking under the water pressure since there is no bypass hose.

Once the heater starts working, put Tees back in place. You need bypass protection or the engine will overheat.

Sep 25, 2009 | 1996 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Bypassing heater core on 1993 audi 90


yes u can bypass the **** core. all you need to do is, take the two hoses going to the heater core, and take em off the heater core, take one hose comply off, and hook the other remaining hose were the other hose was hooked up at.. this will bypass your heater core, but keep in mind you will not have hot air in the cabin of the car..keith...

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