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Old 09-14-2011, 05:43 AM   #1
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smoke coming inside car????

Ok so i put a ac delete pulley on my car and took most of the ac stuff out from under the hood, never worked when i got the car and I already get horrible gas mileage so I dont want to add to that. I also removed the control switch inside the car. After I did that it would start smoking through the top vents inside the car. I never did anything to the hoses coming from the firewall, there are 2 of them connecting to something that has another hose that goes to the stock tbi intake manifold. Could this be the problem? What would I have to do to take those hoses out if that is the problem? Since one of them comes straight from the hose from the radiator.
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Ok so i put a ac delete pulley on my car and took most of the ac stuff out from under the hood, never worked when i got the car and I already get horrible gas mileage so I dont want to add to that. I also removed the control switch inside the car. After I did that it would start smoking through the top vents inside the car. I never did anything to the hoses coming from the firewall, there are 2 of them connecting to something that has another hose that goes to the stock tbi intake manifold. Could this be the problem? What would I have to do to take those hoses out if that is the problem? Since one of them comes straight from the hose from the radiator.

those are your hoses for your heater core. Do you need heat?

If not, there are 2 ways to bypass them. First, get a 5/8 to 3/4 connector and just connect together the 2 hoses from the firewall.

or, run a hose from the radiator to the intake manifold and toss away the other junk.
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those are your hoses for your heater core. Do you need heat?

If not, there are 2 ways to bypass them. First, get a 5/8 to 3/4 connector and just connect together the 2 hoses from the firewall.

or, run a hose from the radiator to the intake manifold and toss away the other junk.
Should I take the one heater hose coming from that is connected to the hose coming straight from the radiator and just connect that to the hose on the intake manifold?
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Old 09-14-2011, 02:18 PM   #4
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Re: smoke coming inside car????

Is it the same heater hose routing on the V6's the hose goes in behind the brackets and i can't see it!!! Also where is the fan switch i want to unplug it to check if its the switch or the fan that needs replacing.
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