it looks like it but will it make the car prone to over heating. it had and air block to begin with so I have not had rear heat any way.
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2002 Mazda MPV Question: can the rear heater be simply disabled.
Answer #1pushrod June 29, 2013, 17:03Master
Easiest way is to just hook the hoses that go to the rear unit together as close to the engine as possible. May need a special connector (hoses prob. diff. size) and 2 clamps, avail. @ NAPA i am sure! Other parts stores should have it as well. If need be, cut a piece off of each hose to take to parts man for sizing. Get a metal connector if aval. at your store!!! Plastic will work but have seen some collaspe.