Heater Cores and Blower Fans
Ford E-150 Van
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Where does the heater hoses and the heater core connect at?

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2006-02-05 19:50:26
2006-02-05 19:50:26

Autozone has a great web site that may have the repair tips you are looking for, and it is free.

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