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Old April 4th, 2014, 07:34 AM
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3.5 V8 with Edlebrock Manifold

I had to replace my valley pan so I have decided to replace all the worn hoses and such. My question is I was wondering if the heater hose going to the water pump can run under the manifold and on top of the valley pan? Also when I took the hoses off I did not mark (stupid me) the water pump to which outlet on the water pump it connects. As looking into the engine bay is it the right or left on the back of the water pump. Thanks
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hose out of the pump housing goes to the right side of the steel heater pipe . the manifold outlet goes to the left side of the heater pipe assembly...the steel heater pipe assembly is above the intake manifold
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Yes, the heater hose(s) can and normally go under the Edelbrock manifold, on top of the valley gasket.
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hose out of the pump housing goes to the right side of the steel heater pipe . the manifold outlet goes to the left side of the heater pipe assembly...the steel heater pipe assembly is above the intake manifold
see RN for reference
thats the fuel injected setup. Early carbed 3.5's don't have the metal heater pipes
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Im a ass wasn't paying attention , but would not run rubber heater hoses under the intake but that just my .02
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Thanks for the replies....now I have to determine if I go under the manifold with the heater hose. If I do I will get a better seal to the water pump as I think some of my coolant leaking was how the hose was bent, not allowing for a good seal. So the hose looks to attach at the right side on the water pump when looking into the engine bay.
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Brett, sunday night I can check and see if I have a metal pipe of off a Range Rover laying about. I think I might but I'm not positive. If I do you can have it.
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