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I have a 1989 ford ranger with a V-6 that did not come with a heater core. I have a hose coming from the water pump and a hose coming from the thermostat housing. Does it matter which hose connects to the heater core or is it specific.

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Old rule of thumb highest hose to top heater core inlet.

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