Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jan 2019
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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I would expect most modern vehicles have some sort of isolator similar to the concept of the DieselSite deal, to serve the same purpose of more effective & efficient cooling. My understanding is that is exactly what Ford did after (I think the date I read) 2002. That Oem part can be hard to come by and based on my research the DieselSite setup is far better quality than what one can gather up at local part house.
Pretty happy with my $25.00 heater core mod. When the dial is turned to Max AC, the vacuum line blocks flow. We're seeing 110+ temps here in Phoenix lately. A/C is ice cold with it compared to last summer.
2000 7.3 4x4 CC, 210,000 miles.
Security: Ravelco (for the pro's), Viper (for the rookies), The Club 1100 Steering Wheel Lock (visual deterrent).