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Old 12-16-2007
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heater hose question

Just wondering if anyone knows why one of the hoses T's on the pass side of the engine. It T's off and has a small line that goes around the back of the engine to the driver side but I'm not sure what it runs to. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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if i am understanding this right, that is the valve for the heater core..... and the small rubber line is the vacuum line ?
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Old 12-18-2007
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It's not a valve, it's a T in the line, but I'm not sure what the smaller line goes to. It goes around the back of the engine to the driver side but I lose it when it reaches the driver side.
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i think thats the one that goes under the intake into the bolck?
if i remember right not 100% sure tho
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