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Thermostat housing on a B18

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by ryangt, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. ryangt

    ryangt Senior Member

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    i have the ls swap in my 91 rex and i removed all the air conditioner stuff for weight reasons, i removed it all except the two hoses comming off the thermostat housing that go in throught the fire wall into the heater core, i was curious if anyone makes a conversion to cap the housing so im not leaking or will i have to make my own?? this is just one more thing in the way of my swap being done.
    please let me know, all help and opinions are welcome
    thanks

    Ryan in Riverside :blink:
     
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    lswhitecivic Senior Member

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    Are you talking about the coolant lines that run to the firewall and go to the heater core? If you are just take a hose that is the right size and make a u connecting the two parts. This really shouldn't leak very much though if there are no coolant lines running into heater core from the motor.

    Ben
     
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