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Old 03-04-2012, 03:33 PM
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heater control valve

can someone post or email me pics show how the heater control valve goes on a 2003 ford explorer stcspiderman@aol.com

if it matters has hoses that will go to it
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My '98 is in front of the engine, to the left of center as you face the engine. (passenger side of center) Hard to reach without pulling a bunch of stuff imo. Behind the fan, under the intake hose...etc etc.

This site has a bunch of how-to videos. This particular one is for an older model, but might be similar.

how to replace heater control/bypass valve - Ford Explorer Ranger Enthusiasts "Serious Explorations"®
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what is the right way this goes

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