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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old Feb 24th, 11, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Heater Hose Locations

Hi all:

I'm trying to figure out where the heater hoses should go on my new engine. There are several plugged ports and I am confused.
I was just wondering if anyone who knows more than I do (which is just about everyone) could help me out. Here is a pic of what I have to choose from. I think the hoses go on "A" and "D", but I am not positive.

Thanks for the help.
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Re: Heater Hose Locations

Yes ( A & D ) is correct.

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Thanks Mike!

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Re: Heater Hose Locations

What is outlet "C" for? I thought "C" to "D" was the bypass? Just trying to learn something.
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Re: Heater Hose Locations

B is where I have my water temp sender.

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Re: Heater Hose Locations

Never seen an airgap style manifold with a port where C is, you could put the sender in that port if its connected to same area B is. I have my mechanical sender plugged in like Joe's but it may look cleaner it I had that port C. Just route the long cable under the runners.
I guess vortec intakes are differant.

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Re: Heater Hose Locations

Thanks for the replies. I hadn't even thought about the water temp sender yet (one step at a time for me).
You saved me from posting another question when I get around to installing my gauges

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post #8 of 9 (permalink) Old Feb 25th, 11, 08:26 AM
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Re: Heater Hose Locations

Hard to see in my pic but:


I have another port on the water pump. Bypass is between C and D, heater hose goes from A to say Port "E" (second port on the water pump). I'll be putting a temp sender in "B".

This is a BBC (GenV) with long water pump (Stewart Components) and Air Gap manifold.

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Thanks for the pic, Ed.

That is one gorgeous engine compartment!

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