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Anyone know of a diagram or photos of how the heating tubes run from the fan mounted on the firewall to the heater core under the driver's seat? I can't remember how they went from when I removed them. Thanks for the help.

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Here is what I found in the 1955 Pontiac Shop Manual 

You are in luck that this 1955 shop manual is available online....you might want to bookmark this link Mike.

http://pontiac.oldcarmanualproject.com/

http://pontiac.oldcarmanualproject.com/manuals/1955/1955 Pontiac Shop Manual/14-Accessories/image6.html

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Thanks but what I'm after is do the tubes go through the holes in the frame, go under the frame, inside or outside?  Should have taken photos.

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I'm not sure if this is any better for you. I found this illustration in the 1949-1954 Pontiac Shop Manual. There are no other illustrations either in the '56 and '57 manuals.

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I'm making a trip to see another 55 and find out the routing of the tubes, snag a few small parts and answer a few other questions about how things go together that I have on Monday.

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I'll be curious to know the answer myself. Take lots of photos or video.

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