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Old 01-22-2011, 08:32 PM
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Rear heater hose routing

my 97 EB Expy had motor replaced before I bought it. The hoses for the rear heater core were cut off for some reason and are just hanging out in the engine bay. The hoses going to the front heater core don't appear to have any kind of hook-up for the rear hoses. Can someone tell me how they are hooked up? Just "T"ed into the front ones?
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Yes, they are just T'ed off the front ones. If you like me to try to get a picture of them on mine let me know.
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if you could that would be great!
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