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Old 09-09-2007, 15:16   #1 (permalink)
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confused 88 Ranger cooling systems hose routing help.

I have an 88 ranger that im redoing the cooling system on, its a 2.3L fuel injected engine. Now the problem im having is that the guy I bought it from was a **** up and now I dont know how to route one set of hoses, (and no the Haynes book dosnt help me either)... It looks like this rig circulates water in the block before the thermostat opens, I get that part. There is one steel line that wraps around behind the dome cover and comes out to the front of the engine. He nigger rigged it with a Tee and bypassed the heater core, now I need to know where and how Ford had that steel line plumed up. Were it attaches to, any Tees or any of the other hoses it goes to.
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