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302 Ford waterpump has two outlets. One goes to the thermostat housing. Does this pump water into the manifold? The other one is for the heater. Is this pressure or suction?

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302 Ford waterpump has two outlets. One goes to the thermostat housing. Does this pump water into the manifold? The other one is for the heater. Is this pressure or suction?
Ayuh,... The Outlets push water into the block...

The hose from the T-stat, I believe is just a T-stat by-pass...

And, the other hose is coming From the heater...
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The heater hose to the water pump is the return hose.
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