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Old 01-21-2016, 03:23 PM   #15
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You'll think simpler is better the day you spring a leak somewhere forward of the rear coolant pump. With a shut-off valve in place, at least one leg of the flow to and from the front heater core can be shut off.
Find the return line near the motor and valve it too.

I would much rather finish a trip with no front heater than trying to troubleshoot a leak in 65' of hose.

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My pump went out last February, it was dumping coolant while going down the interstate. Luckily I saw it on my rear view camera. The pump stopped leaking once I pulled over, and turned off the engine. A local shop made this brass fitting that slides right in place of the pump. I would not leave home without it.


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