they run from two points by the fan in the front by the water pump to the heater core routed along the passenger side wheelwell until they reach the heater core either hose can go on either location because a heater core exchanges heat the same no matter which direction the flow passes in it. I hooked up mine so that the hoses stayed parallel to each.
In line on the heater hoses on the passenger side of the engine. Has a small vacuum line to it and both heater hoses go through it. The heater hoses are smaller than the radiator hoses and go through the firwall.
There are hoses in the engine compartment that go to the heater core. You can remove the intake and out going hoses from the heater core. You have to either block off these hoses or connect them together, depending on the make of the vehicle.
Remove the two hoses that go through the firewall to the heater. Connect these two hoses together.
The heater hoses connect the block, radiator, heater core, and waterpump. To replace, drain the radiator and catch the anti-freeze for recycling. Remove the hoses and put on new hoses. It is kind of nasty but not very difficult.
the heater hoses usually lead away from the thermostat and go into the fire wall. On the other side of the firewall is the heater core. the top hose on the radiator goes into the thermostat most of the time
There are two hoses that go to the heater core, when the coolant is flushed an air pocket forms preventing hot coolant from reaching heater core while at idle. Happened with all our police impalas. Tell the dealer to fix it.
Find the two hoses that go to the heater core, usually 3/4 in. hoses, and connect them. It's very simple.
There are two hoses for the 2006 Silverado heater core. Loosen the clamps where the hoses go into the firewall. Twist the hoses gently to break them loose. Slide the hoses off. Follow the hoses to the other end, and repeat the process.
on my 98 heater hoses are at the firewall to the right as you go under the hood. voyager have a tendency to clog up heater cores
This fluid can leak from many places. Look in places where water hoses meet the engine, where the heater hoses go into the firewall, the radiator and your heater core.
Behind the dashboard, usually on the passenger side. Look in the engine compartment for the hoses that go from the engine through the firewall. Those are generally the heater hoses, which go to the heater core.
there would be 2 heater hoses that go into the firewall of your car. disconect these and join both together with a peice of tube and couple of hose clamps. this will bypass the heater core
just splice the two heater hoses that go through to the heater core the together
You have to tap into the heater hoses.
one of them will go in the water pump and the other will go in the intake
open up your hood, and look at the 2 heater hoses going into the fire wall (the ones made out of rubber) the aluminum ones are for the a/c. disconnect them i believe they are hose clamps with an 8 mm. go to auto zone and buy a heater core bypass kit. or a simple fitting to where you can connect both hoses. put a hose clamp on both sides so it doesn't leak. make sure the hoses aren't hanging down in the way of any thing. and you are done
Hope this helps and is not to late.
Locate hoses under hood that go to the heater core. there should be 2. They are rubber hoses, smaller than the radiator hoses. after you have located them, leave hood open, start the car. Feel the hoses as the car warms up, one hose is an inlet to the heater core, one hose is an outlet. if one hose gets hot and the other does not, then the heater core is restricted, and may need replaced or flushed.
No there is not. Whats the problem no heat ?? If so try this, reverse the heater hoses on the heater core and then go drive the truck and see if you get heat.
You don't need a diagram. Just remove the inlet and outlet heater hoses going from the engine compartment to the heater core. Now connect these two hoses together using a coupler. Do not just plug these hoses, or the engine will overheat, connect them together as described.
I have a 94 Astro but the heater control valve should be in the same location. Look under the hood on the passenger side. There are two heater hoses behind the coolant reservoir and windshield washer reservoir. The hoses attach to the heater control valve. The valve has a round vacuum actuator on the side, and two more heater hoses leave the control valve and go into the heater core housing. Cost for the valve will probably be somewhere between $50 & $70 To replace it, remove the coolant reservoir and the windshield washer reservoir. Remember, or mark, the hoses for the washer if you have a rear washer. The electrical connections only go on one way. Remove the clamps securing the front heater hoses and remove the hoses from the valve. Remove the clamps holding the heater hoses coming off the back of the valve where they are attached to the heater core. These two hoses are factory attached to the valve and the new valve (from the dealer) comes with the hoses attached to the rear of the valve. The clamps are back in a small space behind the valve, rather hard to get to. We pulled the bracket with the three square relays situated above the hoses to allow easier access. Install in reverse order. Good luck.
you should only have to take loose the heater hoses where they go into the firewall and of course the heater core itself
They are on the backside of the engine and go into the firewall.jd
First make sure that the clamp is tight enough on the hose or that it's not defective or damaged
Cut both heater hoses and hook them together. Make the hose go from the motor to the radiator.