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Old 11-28-2014, 11:25 PM   #36
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I was trying to copy the link but I'm not good on computers so I'll see if my son can do it. Give me a few minutes.

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Thank you! I will most definitely send a pic when I do this!


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So I bypass the inlet hose with the outlet hose? Correct?


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In the pic do you see the 2 hose clamps to the right? make one of the hoses connect to those 2 ports & you have done it. The hose will be in a U shape. when it's connected.
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If you wanna change your heater core i found a great write up on the dash removal with pix and everything at svtperformance.com took a hour maybe going step by step and double checking eveything. The heater core removal is the hardest part but did the job in 3 1/2 hours from removingy first bolt to start up

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