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Old 06-11-2013, 11:37 PM
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What size are the heater hoses? I'm thinking a 5/8 fitting into a ball valve on each hose.
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Excursions came with this valve from the factory, so it already has one and can't be improved-upon.

It's us F-Series drivers that see improvement by adding Excursion parts.

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You know I was wondering about this and do know my X has the valve. But I was wondering because on hot days the air coming threw the vents as quite a bit warmer than ambient temp.
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Does anyone know the Ford part number for the appropriate Excursion valve that we can use in our trucks?

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motorcraft YG366. The cheapest price I found is amazon
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There are others, but that's the one I put on years ago, and it's still playing a good tune.

I'd recommend it for longevity.

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motorcraft YG366. The cheapest price I found is amazon

Thank you for that part number!

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