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Old 03-28-2011, 03:58 PM   #41
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I removed my couch to get the bottom cushions re-stuffed today, while it was out I took the opportunity to replace the heater control valve and remembered this thread. Anyhow, here is a picture of mine, as you can see mine is covered with a sheet of metal that appears to be factory so I am guessing yours came blocked off as well...

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I will make an aluminium plate then.... tape just does not do it for me!
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Agreed, mine appears to be covered by a scrap of the factory vinyl clad interior aluminum. At least the duct tape was used on a duct... Something it is rarely used on, although I still don't think you are supposed to cover large vent holes with it. Glad I was able to help you out a little bit.
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Digging for something else in my pile of receipts and found the one for the heater valve...

For future reference...

Ford F series Pickup/Van heater valve. Part # C3UZ18495A
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