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Old 11-25-2007, 03:47 PM   #1
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Default do all lt1 camaro's have a heater control valve?

i searched on the subject and cant find an answer. i bought one for it and it was listed in the auoparts store computer, but i cant find one on my 95 z28. i didnt know if anyone knows if some have one and some don't?
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If you are talking about a Water valve that shuts off water flow to the inside of the car? No.
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Never seen one on a LT1 before.
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i had no heat, so yesterday i back flushed the heater core and that fixed it, throws great heat now. i just asked abou thte heater valve because i bought one form advance and it was listed in the computer and then i checked oreilly auto parts and they have it listed too. so i thought that maybe some cars might have come with it or why would the parts stores have it listed for them? and if some dont have it then why do you need it?
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Naw what happens is they start to plug up. Good thing they are fairly easy to change
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