The heater inlet hose on a 92 Geo Metro is located in the rear of the engine compartment. It runs through the firewall and connects to the heater.
its located on the heater core
There are two hoses that connect to the heater core, and they are located next to the brake master cylinder, on the driver side of the van. I believe the bottom hose is the inlet and the top hose is the outlet. Good Luck, Greg
The heater inlet hose on a 1999 Jeep Wrangler 4.0L is located in the left, rear of the engine compartment. It connects directly to the heater core which circulates heat throughout the cabin.
The heater inlet hose on a Hyundai Accent is in the back of the engine compartment. It goes through the firewall to the heater core.
The return hose for the heater core generally leads back the the water pump. The inlet for the heater core comes from the engine.
On the firewall, under the hood, you will find the inlet and outlet hoses.
On a 2003 Bonneville, the hose to the water pump that is the heater inlet hose is the top hose coming from the radiator. This is also the hose that holds the thermostat.
The heater inlet hose is on the firewall. On the 2002 Silverado it is close to the bottom of the firewall on the passenger side.
It should be the same as my 1995 - at the firewall the heater hose nearest the drivers side is the inlet hose to the heater core
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There are two heater core hose that goes to the firewall the inlet and outlet. through that hose, you will also have the rear heater core hose attached to a T joint in both the inlet and outlet hose. You splice the hose of the front heater core inlet and connect that to the rear heater core inlet hose. Same goes to the Outlet hose with the T joint using a conncetor which you can buy at your auto parts store, 3/4 inch size. Basically you are bypassing the front heater core that is connected to the firewall. You wont have any defroster and heater for the front, but the rear vents and control will have heat.
It depends on the vehicle you have. In many cases (but not all) the inlet hose is smaller than the outlet hose.
The outlet from the engine that feeds hot coolant into the heater core is usually (but not always) located close to the thermostat. The return hose from the heater core usually returns into the water pump.
Heater inlet hose on a 99 subaru legacy is on the passenger side coming out of the fire wall. One of only 2 hoses coming out of the fire wall.
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The thermostat is located inside of the top water hose inlet. Remove the top hose, then the inlet to remove the thermostat.
The thermostat is located in the top radiator hose inlet. The top hose and inlet need to be removed to gain access.
Start the car, turn the heater/blower on full, The hose that is the hottest is the Inlet. The coolest is the Outlet.
Heater core? Inlet or outlet hose fitting at heater core?
repair manuals i dont have a repair manual I have a manual, but it doesn't answer the question either.
The hose that leads to the water pump area is the return.
Both of the heater hoses come from the firewall. One runs from the firewall to the water pump, this is the outlet hose. The other hose runs from the firewall to the top of the engine, this is the inlet hose.
The thermostat is located in the top hose inlet on the engine. The inlet is on the rear of the engine at the firewall.
The thermostat should be located in the top radiator hose inlet at the engine. The hose and inlet need to be removed to change the thermostat.