To put that question in very simple terms yes. There two "heater core" hose on every that has heat. I know I'm not very descriptive but I hope i helped you out in some way.
at the top hose from rad. at engine
The 1997 VW heater hose has swivel nuts on each end of the hose. Turn the swivel nuts to the left to remove the heater hose.
It is a heater hose.
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The heater hose on a 1997 Ford Escort has got both the length and radius. The length is 417 millimeters while the radius is 50 millimeters.
At the top end of the lower radiator hose within the water outlet. I hope this helps you. Rob
Usually you just buy hose and bypass the core.
Its on the driver side firewall connected between the heater hose. Its a metal valve with heater hose on both sides and a lever on top that connects to the temperature adjustment switch on the dashboard.
Heater CORE, not coil. The core is plugged and needs back flushing or replacement.
On the firewall above the air intake hose and the purge canister. You can't miss it.
1. Undo the Hose clamps by the engine and the firewall . 2. remonve hose . 3.Put on new hose . 4.tighten .
Haynes Auto manual from Auto Zone for about 20 bucks.Toyo joe