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Where is the shut-off valve for the heater in a 1998 Chevy 6 cylinder vortec?

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2004-11-25 07:10:03
2004-11-25 07:10:03

Yours might not have one. It's getting cold outside now. Why would you want to shut it off? Yours probably has a door that is used to control the hot air coming from the heater core.

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