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Username Post: 292 coolant line on left side of block?        (Topic#348134)
l4stout 
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11-10-17 07:38 AM - Post#2713889    

I am working on a 1963 Suburban with a 292 in it and it has a T in the coolant line going to the heater core. The line from the T goes around the back of the block to a fitting on the drivers side towards the back above the pan. I have not seen this on other 6cyl motors and am wondering if this is essential or not. I am going to replace the heater hoses and was thinking of just doing away with this one.



Old Iron makes me happy. 63 Suburban 4x4, 66 Chevy C10 and 65 GMC, 1951 Chevy 3800, 1958 Pontiac Custom Safari wagon


Edited by l4stout on 11-10-17 07:39 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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hilandr451 
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11-16-17 11:37 AM - Post#2714647    
    In response to l4stout

Can you post some pictures?

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