2v heater core bypass

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by chad5.0, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. chad5.0

    chad5.0 Member

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    Is there a way to bypass the heater core off the block, I'm not running a heater core so just wondering if theres a way to bypass it from the block
     
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    Why not just bypass it at the firewall?
     
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    A/C and everything is out all at once..
     
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    Firewall is easiest. Just get a hose connector and connect them. I did that for a few months last year when I blew out my heater core

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    Just a u shaped tube will do the trick

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    I have nothing under the dash.. Its just the connection under the alternator is where I have to bypass it at
     
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    Right, so the two hoses that you have that are right next to eachother at the firewall, the one coming out of the back of the intake, and the other coming from the valley, just connect them with a U shaped tube. If you don't have the hard line that runs down the valley into the back of the water pump, you can run a hose from the fitting in the back of the water pump up towards the firewall and connect it into the back of the intake on the passenger side...
     
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    Um perfect time to do the coolant mod d/d to p/s and a y connector back to watering pump

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