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Old 10-09-2009, 04:45 PM
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heater hose

tryed doing a search but could not find an answer, so sorry if this has been covered.
I have no heater so I need to know if I need to have a hose conected between the water pump and intake or can I just put pipe plugs in the pump and intake?
Oh yea this is a 350 chevy.

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Old 10-09-2009, 05:41 PM
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You can block them off, no need for a hose.
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I would think a short piece of hose and a couple clamps to connect the heater in and out together would be faster.
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Ayuh,... The short hose would be Quicker,+ Easier,...
Pipe pluggin' it would be much Neater/ Cleaner of an installation though...
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Ok thanks guys I will plug them. I just wanted to make sure it would not cause any cooling problems.
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