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Looking for a diagram for 2001 Ford Windstar - Heater Vacuum Hose. I believe that is why the heater only works when the engine RPMs are up

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This is kind of vague, so please dont give me a bad vote but it sounds like your heater control valve is defected.

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Item Part Number Description 1 N610956-S56 Screw 2 18472 Heater Water Hose, Supply 3 18472 Heater Water Hose, Return A — Tighten to 7-9 Nm (62-79 Lb-In)

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