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Heater hose size

Discussion in 'VT - VX Holden Commodore (1997 - 2002)' started by Schwarz, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Schwarz

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    Hey all
    Can some one tell me the inside diameter of the heater hose into the fly wall I'm off to get a joiner/connector just want to get the correct one instead of guessing
    Charts
     
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    19mm.
     
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    Cool
    Nd that's the inside aye Trev
    Can I just bring the top hose and bring it down to the bottom or would that create a bend ?
     
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    What are you trying to achieve?
     
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    By pass heater core
     
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    Leaking heater core : ( oh no the replacement job is one that you have to decide whether the cars a keeper a parts car or you bypass the core and hope you never have a froggy or a rainy day.
     
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    I agree mate
    But I got it as a project car so I'll wait for a summer's weekend and attack it
     
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    That's why it was a project car, someone else knew it wasn't a keeper! Same with every car designed.
     
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    Bit of work never killed anyone unless it's a aussie
     
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    Should be able to buy a u shape hose, remove the ones from the motor hell I would take the whole heater tap off and cut the rubber off the heater and get it out of the way, then just put the u hose on the outlet and inlet of the engine. If its on gas then just run the hoses to the regulator.
     

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