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Old 04-25-2012, 08:43 PM
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Do my heater hoses look different?

I don't recall seeing this configuration in any of the recent hose pics. Is the T in the hose running from the firewall to the passenger bloack normal? The T runs down to the radiator and clamps on near the drain valve.
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Looks just like mine. I'm having a heck of time finding a 5/8" x 1/2" x 5/8" tee to replace the OEM one if need be. Could make up something if push comes to shove I guess. Not sure if anyone makes that hose anymore. Ford said no.
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looks just like mine.
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except my coolant tank isnt all brownish what kind of coolant you runnin? well water?
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Cool. I don't know what I though was different. I guess I've just missed that T in all the other pics.
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except my coolant tank isnt all brownish what kind of coolant you runnin? well water?
Lol. Nah. It's all covered in dust but looks a little different too after I put that pinky purplish fleet charge in there the other day. I did oil, coolant, and oil cooler all at once a few days ago.
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Looks just like mine. I'm having a heck of time finding a 5/8" x 1/2" x 5/8" tee to replace the OEM one if need be. Could make up something if push comes to shove I guess. Not sure if anyone makes that hose anymore. Ford said no.
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You can barely see the "T" behind the IC pipe in this pic

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fleetcharge isnt green? didnt know that. thats what I would use should the need arise.
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fleetcharge isnt green? didnt know that. thats what I would use should the need arise.
Nah. I'm not good with the whole color scheme so I call it pinky-purple. It was pretty nice to just pour in and go and it was cheaper than Prestone Heavy Duty. We'll see how long the SCA holds up.
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Just before I took off my tank started leaking. I've used a few used ones but this time I ordered a new one from partsguyed. My My, its so pretty with the pink Fleet Charge in a new whitest clear tank.
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C'mon Glenn, you have to post a pic now.
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Just before I took off my tank started leaking. I've used a few used ones but this time I ordered a new one from partsguyed. My My, its so pretty with the pink Fleet Charge in a new whitest clear tank.
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Just before I took off my tank started leaking. I've used a few used ones but this time I ordered a new one from partsguyed. My My, its so pretty with the pink Fleet Charge in a new whitest clear tank.
So it's pink eh? Hey where did you get your coolant filter base? I want one with more than two ports to put a temp gauge in.
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dieselsite.com. You probably just want to DIY so I'm not much help. Good Luck
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T is normal.
If I remember correctly I got a new lower hose to replace that one and although it had the proper bends to go under the radiator, it was just the lower hose from teh T down. I had to cut the T out of the old hoses and use it to make a new hose.
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I am thinking that there was something different in those hoses between the '96 I drive and the '95 I parted out. Maybe it was just the location of the T? I can't remember now, but I know that there was something different about either the heater hoses or the radiator hoses and their routing. I would have to pull them out of the loft and look at them again to see what the difference was.
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