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Old Thu 18th May 2017, 08:35 PM
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The Brumby heater tap either directs coolant through the heater core or back to the thermostat housing. It doesn't turn the flow off. Using the heater tap turned "off" is pretty much the same as an EJ heater plumbing with the exception that small amount of coolant isn't cooled through the core.

I still don't have the engine back in due to a little issue with missing detent components on the transfer case. Hopefully this weekend.
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