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Old 12-06-2008, 05:07 PM
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Question heater hose diagram

my 1990 ford e-150 conversion van has auxiliary rear heater
when vehicle is in motion heat does not come out i flush the who system out and still nothing can any body tell me the heater hose diagram
both top and bottom to the front heater core are hot
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You have heat when the vehicle is still or idling but no heat when you are driving? Sounds like a vacuum issue.
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