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Replaced the mono valve yesterday and i can honestly say it was the easiest job that i have done on the 560 to date. Yes it does get a little cool in the mornings here in n. fla. Fixed the heat right up. Also replaced one of the horns now it dont sound like a duck. For those of you who dont know the bolt is on the back side of the horn. Take it from Homer.:thumbsup:
 

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Replaced the mono valve yesterday and i can honestly say it was the easiest job that i have done on the 560 to date. Yes it does get a little cool in the mornings here in n. fla. Fixed the heat right up. Also replaced one of the horns now it dont sound like a duck. For those of you who dont know the bolt is on the back side of the horn. Take it from Homer.:thumbsup:
Did you replace the $150.00 mono valve assembly of the $25.00 guts kit? Yes the kit usually does it and is actually easier to replace than the whole valve.
 

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John ; It was just the kit. Not leaking anywhere else. 4 screws out kit in 4 screws in instant heat.
 
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