FORD 4.6 , 5.4 , 6.8, HEATER HOSE UNDER INTAKE REPLACEMENT THE EASY WAY !!!




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Mark King: The hardest part was seeing you attach the lower part could have spent more time on that instead of degrading a friend

Mark King: If you were my friend i sure as hell would never bring you one of my cars to fix you talk some crap to be a friend

stephen gaertner: Good video : + . My only - comment is that I do not ever recommend using those cheap black plastic elbows / 90 degree pieces.They break very easily. But they are good for a quick temporary fix though. Use a copper elbow / pieces from a home improvement store for permanent fix instead. BTW, I did the same heater hose bypass hose technique on my Expedition ~5 years ago but I changed the intake manifold too (not knowing the leak was most likely from the crappy metal pipe under the intake manifold. The black plastic elbow / heater hose connectors are the only parts that failed later on. Ford should have "CAR RECALL" on this "OEM manifold cheap metal pipe engineering fail..."

William Nelson: just curious; does this method apply to 2002 model 5.4 ltr. in the Expedition?

Mike Vanbourgondien: what did you do with the metal pipe? I'm working on doing this but won't coolant leak out the metal pipe thats open underneath?

Jose Iturbide: will this work on a 2004 lincoln navigator ??

Glenn Normand: Thank you for giving me the courage to take this to my mechanic and say "DO THIS" instead of removing the intake manifold. However, I have the E150 van with total access to the back of the engine. My mechanic pulled the old bypass tube out, and ran the new heater hose under the intake and accomplished the same thing and I doesn't even show. THANK you!!

Larry Dalrymple: Good Fix  I did it to my 2000 f150 and works great. Mine had a metal pipe that I cut and then removed the pipe on the water pump end and installed the parts as shown. Thank You for this video.

Ned Holcomb: Just did this to my '96 towncar and it worked out fine, thanks!

Michael Cross: do you have any suggestions on how.to cut the line if it's a metal pipe ? because I really don't want to take the intake off

huckstered: So, Mr. Towrecker,
In other words, you are stating that there is no quick fix for the situation I am in? Is this the case? I could see only one hose exiting from the back of the water pump.
The intake manifold must be pulled? I guess so.
Thankyou,
Huckster

huckstered: tried this method on a 2002 grand marquis and coolant flowed out the back of the bypassed riser on the back of the manifold! It did not work, any idea what happened?
Thanks.

Diane Adams: I have a 2002 Navigator that has a leak at the back of the engine passenger side. I thought it was the heater core so I have bypassed the core but there is still a leak, but not as bad. I can't get to the back of the engine (fire wall sits back further ).What would I attach the host to if I have nothing going to the heater core.

Joe Cline: great job!I was laughing when i seen how ya did it!cheap and effective!5 stars!now how about replacing my intake.....

ROCKETMANRR: My 95 towncar has a solid metal intake that blocks all but an inch of visible hose that clamps to engine not waterpump, how would you tell people that this is easy, there is no way to slip the heater hose at the ninety degree onto the engine unless the intake is removed this is impossible unless you have baby hands and could reach into that small crevass and lube up the hose and connect to the engine block.

Bob Klimple: GREAT VIDEO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

artwdeetoo: Hey buddy thanks for the tip, I was about to take the whole intake manifold out when I happened to step on your video clip and !WAMOW! what a great idea to run the heater hose that way, saves a lot of headaches, thanks again.

Andromuda Galaxy: I was hoping to be able to actually see you attach that hose under the intake :(

Steven Cheney: 2000 Mercury Grand Marquise with a 4.6L. I know its the same engine.
my question. INSTEAD of a rubber hose, mine is the metal. I cant find a diagram to see where it leads.
any ideas?

Aaron Hall: Thanks man I was catching hell till I found this video went like hot cakes after watching you the man
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