Relocating the heater
So I picked up my bus the other day and got it home last night. 66 passenger Chevy Bluebird, 115k miles on the CAT 3126 Diesel with an Allison Transmission (possibly has turbo?). Super clean school bus from Missouri, and had no issues with the 450 mile drive home to Chicago. Used approximately a full 60 gallon tank.
So I went ahead and got all the seat hardware removed and stacked up the seats (Anyone need good seats?), and came across the floor heater that hangs under a seats frame. I want to keep the heater for when I'm driving the bus in the winter, but I would like to relocate it or even just turn it so it goes against the wall. I removed the heater and disconnected the hoses from it and cleaned up the coolant, but I was wondering if I need to do anything to stop it from flowing while I'm driving for now until I reinstall it? There is coolant in the lines and in the heater, but I've wrapped the lines up so they aren't leaking everywhere.