'95 Tbird heater core inlet vs. outlet
Have done the 4v cooling mod using MMR's product that connects both cylinder heads (driver side cylinder freeze plug must be removed).
I have searched the forum to find out which heater core side is inlet and which is return. The mod of course goes to the supply side of the heater.
I did find one post that said left side is return. But it seemed ambiguous as I couldn't figure out if it was his left as he was looking at the front of the engine bay or left from the car's perspective.
My question is- if I am sitting in the car, facing forward, ('95 Thunderbird 4.6L) is the outboard most heater core tube inlet or return?
Thanks for your help as without it, I would not have even attempted to do this engine swap. Almost there-- engine goes in next week.
'95 LX 4.6L/ '99 mustang front calipers/ '96 t-bird rear calipers/Baumann transmission/BOC chip by Lonnie/ 225.55.16 Yokohama's on Borbet 5 spoke/poly IRS/ Eibach 1.5" drop/ Lincoln pumpkin with 3.55 trac-loc/ Lincoln rear upper and lower control arms/ rebuilding '94 Mark Vlll eng. for swap/ -Edit- Engine rebuild now finished by Panhandle Performance (2-16-07)/ swap on soon - but needing to get P.I. torque converter- MSD window switch for '98 IMRC'S- rebuild current Baumann Trans--etc.