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What are the two sizes of heater hose on a 98 z71 350

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5/8" &3/4"

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Heater hose replacement


Bob, I note you didn't actually ask a question.

If you are replacing heater hoses, you can get generic "heater hose" at any parts place. Take a sample of the old to get the right size, and cut it to fit.

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I NEED A HEATER HOSE DIAGRAM FOR MY 98 VOLVO S70 T5 TURBO PRIOR OWNER BYPASSED THE HEATER THANK YOU JAMES CUMMINGS


You will likely need the heater hose junction (Volvo p/n 3522035) since it always leaks and it connects the heater core to the heater hoses on the firewall. The kit usually contains the retaining clips, but not the O-rings to connect to the heater core. You will also need the outlet and inlet hoses (9186847 and 9186849). The length, angles and configuration of these hoses will help you understand their orientation in the engine bay. They can only go on one way. Else, they won't connect to the pipes from the engine.

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you don`t say what year this so I will take a stab at it. one hose is 5/8" and the other is 1/2" so the spigots on the heater core are different is size just match up sizes.

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I have a 1988 Lincoln Towncar. I am replacing the water pump, thermostat and associated hoses. It looks like the previous owner or someone before me replaced hoses at some point. However it looks like...


The bypass hose is usually different sizes on each end.
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On some models the second tube is capped.

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Thermostat no heat being generated


Can try a few things. I'm going through a similar issue on my 98 dakota right now. 1. Is the temperature gauge on the dash showing the engine getting warm If not, may be the temperature sensor. Is the electric fan working right. Does it shut off or stay running? There is a relay an fuse for that also. 2. Feel the hoses. They should be rather hot to the touch. In fact, the coolant should be about hot enough to burn you. If after running for awhile they're still cool or just barely warm, I would indeed change the thermostat. 3. If everything feels hot, you could try flushing the heater core. You'll see 2 smaller hoses about the size of a garden hose going through the firewall. They are to your heater core. It may be clogged. Basically you cut the hose and hook a garden hose up to them flushing water through it. If the hose gets stuck on the metal tubes, just cut it off. Don't grip it tight and twist with pliers. Those flimsy metal tubes will collapse then you have a bigger problem.

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No heat on my 98 caddy deville delegance?


do the heater core coolant supply hoses both get hot at the firewall in the engine compartment? if yes then you have a defective temperature control blend door actuater motor.

Oct 17, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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Windstar 98, herratic idling


intake manifold may be leaking and cause rough idle pretty big job check for leaks heat could be heater control valve faulty or not getting vacuum its located near firewall under hood on pass side i think u will see 2 coolant hoses going into car firewall feel hoses also should get hot heater valve will be connected to 1 of the 2 hoses

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The heater still won't work after I changed the thermostat on my


Get a female garden hose adapter from the local hardware store. Disconnect the heater hose from behind the fan pulley and attach the hose connection. Disconnect the other heater hose behind the alternator, aim it towards the ground and flush water through the heater core. This worked on my truck.

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thermostat is stuck open not letting the car get to operating temp or the valve to the heater hose is stuck close and the heater core could be plug with rubbish from outside elements some times if you bought a use car people take the heater hoses off and plug them because they are famous to leaking make sure the hoses are conected

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98 jeep wrangler no heat


Try this disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core use a hose to backflush the core. Then reconnect and try again.

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