Q: how to bypass heater core in 2006 dodge caravan

asked by on April 28, 2017

want to bypass heater core in 2006 dodge caravan

In order to bypass a heater core you will need to disconnect both hose connections at the heater core on the engine firewall and then connect the two hose ends together using a bypass pipe and two hose clamps then top off coolant.

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