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Believe it or not, your car or truck's heating system is closely tied to its engine cooling system. The engine of your Ford Custom constantly pumps and turns a mixture of water and ethylene glycol through the engine block in order to absorb the heat it generates, and sends this liquid to the heater core (a small radiator) through a heater supply hose when you want to warm your vehicle's cabin. Your heater core sits inside a heater box, mounted behind your glove compartment, and you can find it by following the two heater hoses towards the passenger side of the firewall. Essentially, your Ford Custom heater core acts like a radiator; in that it uses the engine coolant to emit heat for the blower motor to propel into the inside of the car.
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