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Need coolant hose diagram for 1992 Chevy Cavalier

I am replacing the heater core. Previous owner cut the hoses for the core. I need to know where the hoses need to go since I need to have the core functioning properly

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  • dale_bales Nov 13, 2009

    I am referring to where the hoses have crossovered back to the engine. I don't know this car so I am not sure if I need to look at the front of the engin, back of the engine or wherever. I need to know where on the block or cooling system the hoses come from as there were none on the core when pulled from the car.

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I have a 1992 chevy cav the hose come from the right side of the engine block with a flush kit on one on the hose the hose;s connect to the fire wall where the heater core connects near left center at fire wall you can go to a junk yard and look at the engine and all good luck , what i am looking for is if there is another hose that connects to the heater core on the left or if my leak just came from an over flow or something at fire wall or heater core

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It makes no difference as long as you have coolant going it and out

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