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Where is the heater control valve on 2001 chevy s10

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I would look under the instrument panel on the passengers side, up towards the heater core area, it should be in line with the hoses., if it is not there, then look at the heater hoses, under the hood on passsengers side, there has been many models that had the heater control valve in that area also.

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