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.
Remove the two hoses that go through the firewall to the heater. Connect these two hoses together.
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.
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
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 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.
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.
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.
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
just splice the two heater hoses that go through to the heater core the together
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.