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Old 18-03-2015, 12:03 PM
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Hi to all

Can someone please send me a photo of their heater core from inside the car? I noticed my pipe after being replaced now sticks out quite wide and will end up burning my passengers.

I want to see the heater core piping that goes back to the firewall so i can see what plastic adapter needs to go on it? Happy to send a few bucks on paypal someones way

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This is the factory schematic:



The heater core has metal pipes that go from the core through the firewall

#32 is the heater core
#40 is the condensation drain (cold water)



Was a genuine heater core used or an aftermarket one?
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It was an aftermarket heater core through ASG. where the heater core pipes come out from the heater core it has two pipes obviously. those two pipes have been "joined" from the two pipes coming in from the firewall through pipe joiners.
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