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Where do the heater hoses go onto a e2200 r2 motor in a 1985 van, they have been disconected and I want to refit them. thanks

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1. Always check the timing marks before timing belt removal.

2. Before disconnecting the battery cable, check the radio (audio) system security code.

3. Removal:
3.1. Disconnect the battery.
3.2. remove the upper radiator hose.
3.3. Remove the fan cowling.

3.4. Remove the cooling fan.
3.5. Remove the air-conditioning drive belt.
3.6. Remove the tensioner.
3.7. Remove the ancillary drive belt.
3.8. Remove the crankshaft pulley.

3.9. Remove the timing belt covers.

3.10. Align the timing marks.

3.11. Remove the timing belt tensioner.

3.12. Remove the timing belt.

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SOURCE: 1996 econoline heater core

The blower motor is not connected in any way to the heater core. A very basic set of tools should suffice.

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