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CARQUEST Water Control Tee Valve

Part No. 74799 Warranty Details  

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Product Features:
  • Temperature tested to 270 degrees F
  • Pressure tested to ensure leak free design
  • Flow calibrated
  • Application specific design
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Hose #1 Size:.75 in
Hose #2 Size:.75 in
Type:Water Control T

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  • Q:

    Is this located under hood behind engine on the top?
    Asked on 12/27/2013 by Mike from Lehigh Acres, FL

    1 answer



      Hi Mike, glad to assist you! For assisting you further regarding the Factory Air Heater Control Valve (Part No. 74799), please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

      Answered on 12/28/2013 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    my heat is notheating up in my car could this be one the problems.
    Asked on 12/31/2009 by GRUMPY from MONTGOMERY,AL

    1 answer



      This could be the cause of why your air is not heating up. A car produces hot air by letting hot anti-freeze pass through the heater core which then is pushed into the interior of the vehicle through your vents. The heater valve controls whether or not hot anti-freeze enters the heater core to warm the passing air. It could either be the heater valve that is not working properly or it could be the actual linkage that opens the valve.

      Answered on 1/4/2010 by Mike from Advance Auto Parts
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