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Just got a new hot water valve for my 72, 302-2v, with air. Has an arrow on it, does the arrow go towards the firewall or away?? Also, where do you run the vacuum line to. I have an opening on the back of the carb????

 

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i would think it goes towards the firewall. so hot water flows to heater box.
Thank you, nice looking ride!

 

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72's with factory air use vacuum controls. There should be a small vacuum line with a purple stripe coming through the firewall. This is what connects to the water valve. If you have a Shop Manual, see page 36-32-03 of Volume III, though the water valve pictured (labelled "4") looks nothing like the one I have.

 
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72's with factory air use vacuum controls. There should be a small vacuum line with a purple stripe coming through the firewall. This is what connects to the water valve. If you have a Shop Manual, see page 36-32-03 of Volume III, though the water valve pictured (labelled "4") looks nothing like the one I have.
Great, I found it and it does not have anything connected to it, that's where it goes! Many thanks!!!

 

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On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??

 

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On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??
Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.



On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??
Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.
Here is some information that may be of help to you in your search:

This is a type 3 hot water heater tube.

Part number D3OZ-18B402-B

FOR 1973 F=MUSTANG, B=TORINO AND LTD

351-400 V8 Engines with integral A/C.

This is out of my 1973-79 Ford parts book that I just picked up at the last Hershey car show/flea market. I only have part of the parts book but at least I finally have a number for this pesky hard to find part.

Michael

 
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On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??
Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.



On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??
Can you post a drawing or picture of this part? rear counter parts shows a listing. Chuck

Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.
Here is some information that may be of help to you in your search:

This is a type 3 hot water heater tube.

Part number D3OZ-18B402-B

FOR 1973 F=MUSTANG, B=TORINO AND LTD

351-400 V8 Engines with integral A/C.

This is out of my 1973-79 Ford parts book that I just picked up at the last Hershey car show/flea market. I only have part of the parts book but at least I finally have a number for this pesky hard to find part.

Michael
 

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On the same subject, My '73 351C -2V car has a heater hose "H" adapter with a vacuum switch in the middle of the "H".

Anyone know where I could get a replacement "H" pipe for this??
Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.



Can you post a drawing or picture of this part? rear counter parts shows a listing. Chuck

Hi Chuck here is a picture of that H shape pipe thingy that goes into the two heater hoses by the right front valve cover. What is this rear counter parts you speak of?

Good luck on that, I've been hunting for that part for the last 10 years. No luck yet.
Here is some information that may be of help to you in your search:

This is a type 3 hot water heater tube.

Part number D3OZ-18B402-B

FOR 1973 F=MUSTANG, B=TORINO AND LTD

351-400 V8 Engines with integral A/C.

This is out of my 1973-79 Ford parts book that I just picked up at the last Hershey car show/flea market. I only have part of the parts book but at least I finally have a number for this pesky hard to find part.

Michael
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