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Old 01-30-2011, 03:16 PM
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HEATER HOSE ROUTE

1984 300 6cyl w/ a/c...which outlet on the core flows in, and from where on the motor? Top hose from the stat housing flows into the core right? Any 300 pics of the engine bay?
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This was discussed recently and determined that it doesnt matter wich side of the heater core you use for the in/out.
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This is also confirmed in the Ford Service Manuals. Routing at the heater core is optional.
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