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yeah.. I agree, and I'm wondering if I did put hoses in backwards.. But I did that back in January.. and I had normal heat all winter.. so that doesn't make sense....
When I felt the 2 aluminum lines, it did seem like I got some good heat at first.. and the 2nd line was hot.. but as i continued to warm up the car.. the 2nd line never got super hot.. like the other line..
Is there a diagram showing correct hookup? Does the top hose off the left side of the valve go to the top port on the firewall.. and the bottom feed off the valve .. feed the bottom port?
In the lines are correct.. then i'm wondering if the valve itself is defective? or if there is some sort of air pocket in the core and it needs to be bled? Not sure how to accelerate that process other than opening the cap as it warms up to allow trapped air out?
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