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The first picture is the heater control valve.  It's vacuum operated and connected to the heater control.  Basically, when you move the slider to heat, the valve opens to allow coolant flow to the heater core.

The second picture is the heater stove for a carb choke.

Jason (71 Mach 1, 351C 4V, 4 Spd. Toploader, Grabber Blue)

 

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14 minutes ago, trillizo_y_uno said:

The first picture is the heater control valve.  It's vacuum operated and connected to the heater control.  Basically, when you move the slider to heat, the valve opens to allow coolant flow to the heater core.

The second picture is the heater stove for a carb choke.

Thanks for the quick reply!

 

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12 minutes ago, mjseakan said:

Is the heater control valve an A/C car only part?

Sorry for the highjack.

Mike

 

Yes, A/C only. It shuts the hot water supply off when the control lever is moved to A/C

 

 

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57 minutes ago, SteveO_71 said:

Does every car have the heater stove thing? I've noticed that on my 71, non AC and always wondered what it was for.

Does it serve any purpose or can it just be removed since the choke is now connected to +12?

I believe it was there on all small blocks to provide heat faster to the choke.. I don't know about the big block engines. Here is my 73 351C.

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52 minutes ago, SteveO_71 said:

Does every car have the heater stove thing? I've noticed that on my 71, non AC and always wondered what it was for.

Does it serve any purpose or can it just be removed since the choke is now connected to +12?

Mine is not hooked up. I too was running an electric choke.

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