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Would bypassing the heater core hoses on a 92 Taurus be safe for the engine?

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2006-12-13 23:58:30
2006-12-13 23:58:30

This Would Not Allow Heat Inside The Car. And Would Not Damage The Engine. If You Bypass The Heater Core You Have No Heat. The Heat Comes From Yhe Water Flowing Through It From The Engine. Its Winter Try To Have The Heater Core Repaired Or Replaced. the heater core is the only thing that provides heat to the inside of your car so bypassing it would leave you cold but it will not hurt the engine as long as you couple the two hoses together

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won't hurt it, you'll just lose defrost and heat inside the vehicle.

Yes there is, look under your front license plate, or where one would be if they aren't required in your state. Then go right, there should be a flip open cap covering a plug for the block heater there.That is if your vehicle has one installed - not all Taurus/Sables have an engine block heater.

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A block heater for that vehicle would be an option. If it came equipped with a block heater the cord would be found close to the battery.

It can do far worse, such as destroy your engine block. I wouldn't worry about your heater core, I would worry about your Engine.

I am very sorry. I was under the impression that if I go to the address bar and ask a question. The answer would be right forecoming. I only asked how to replace the heater core on a 2000 ford taurus. And received only run-arounds.

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