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Old 03-04-2019, 06:28 PM
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Hi all. I bought a Haynes manual today (no help)and googled for more than 3 hours trying to find what needs to be done to remove the heater hoses from the firewall. I want to replace all the hoses. I have a 06 V6. Thanks for any help.
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Old 03-05-2019, 01:07 AM
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try this:
http://iihs.net/fsm/?d=336

it's an online service manual.
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Old 03-05-2019, 07:57 AM
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Thank you danzcool.
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Old 03-05-2019, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by fiftyslost View Post
Hi all. I bought a Haynes manual today (no help)and googled for more than 3 hours trying to find what needs to be done to remove the heater hoses from the firewall. I want to replace all the hoses. I have a 06 V6. Thanks for any help.
FWIW, my brother is a big time car buff. At 59 years of age he has had about 80 > 100 cars. He buys one he likes, he plays it, makes it nice, enjoys it, someone offers him a profitable offer, he sells it.

He taught me that going to "YouTube" and asking when you don't know, quite often yields a video that tells how. I reckon won't be all the time, but, worth a look when questions and need arise. FYI
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...He taught me that going to "YouTube" and asking when you don't know, quite often yields a video that tells how. I reckon won't be all the time, but, worth a look when questions and need arise. FYI
Yeah, like this one that teaches you how to add headphone jack to an iphone x... be sure you understand the basics so you don't get caught by a hoax when accepting free advice off the internet. I think there was one guy here who was told to flush the oil system using a garden hose... he supposedly did it and the engine froze up leaving him with a 4000LB paperweight.

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Originally Posted by danzcool View Post
Yeah, like this one that teaches you how to add headphone jack to an iphone x... be sure you understand the basics so you don't get caught by a hoax when accepting free advice off the internet. I think there was one guy here who was told to flush the oil system using a garden hose... he supposedly did it and the engine froze up leaving him with a 4000LB paperweight.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhHiYjJDiF4
I remember that thread. I can't remember the exact circumstances but yeah, he flushed his engine crank case with water and messed up his motor, hydra locked it or something. Then pointed the finger at either another member or thread where someone recommended it.....

Heard about the headphone jack with a drill video too (another forum) where someone tried it (seriously). That was funny too.
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