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Old 02-27-2010, 02:04 PM   #1
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Heater Valve for Motor-Aid

Hi everyone. First post and new to me Winnebago Brave owner.

I noticed after our first trip that the heater valve that I believe goes to the Motor-Aid had a leak in it. See attached picture. Can anyone tell me the part number for it?

It did not have any number on it except a number 2 on the entire valve. I got a replacement from my local auto parts store but they didn't have any reference books for a Winnebago so they did a best guess based on the inlet/outlet size (Factory Air part number 74612).

The drip looks green in the picture but when I put a white cup underneath it to capture it to make sure it was antifreeze it looked redish orange (GM Dexcool color). That was very strange

I just want to make sure the replacement valve that I got really is equivalent with the eom part.

This is on a 2004 Brave Workhorse W20.
Thanks in advance.
-Scott
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Old 02-27-2010, 02:48 PM   #2
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Not sure but it may be made by Demco valve. Workhorse used them on many of their chassis.
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