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Heater hose crossover

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sportacus
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Joined: 16 Apr 2007
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Heater hose crossover

Was wondering if there is a benefit to keeping the crossover fitting between the heater hoses and what good is it doing. It's on a 66 wagon and the only option it has is a/c. Didn't know if it was something to do with the a/c. Thx

Post Fri Nov 07, 2014 4:44 am 
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GerryProctor
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Location: San Antonio, Tx

What is a crossover fitting?

If you mean the pad that sits under the carburetor, then, yes, it does have a purpose.

If you mean the valve bolted to the firewall where the hoses attach, then, yes, that too has a purpose.

Neither has any direct impact of the function of the A/C. But this assumes the "crossover" is one of those two from above.

Post Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:50 am 
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sportacus
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This actually is a metal H looking tubing fitting that fits in the heater hoses as If you cut both hoses and put this In all the cut pieces and causes both hoses to be connected.

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