very hard to do. are you sure the door is frozen? maybe the duct is electricaly controled, in which case you have to find out why the control is not working. dodges are famous for the heater control contacts burning up. maybe check that?
Damper/vent doors/actuators difficult and expensive to get to. I have a defroster vent on my 1999 Silverado 1500 that wont open. May be a bad actuator, stuck vent due to filth or an small foreign object that has fallen down inside the exhaust windshield vent. I thought the problem was the temp/fan control panel on the dashboard which I replace for $149.00. I was wrong. Tried looking underneath the dahsboard to see if I could find problem. No way. Went to dealer. They want $180.00 to troubleshoot. Cost could soar up to $900.00 due to removal of instrument panel to correct problem. This cost assured because knowledge of the related problem with my type and year of truck. There is no easy way to see what is wrong due to compactness of components underneath the dash. I checked out other service centers, and basically the same.
If anyone has had experience in removing a dash and correcting my problem, I would like to see there suggestion on this site.
No you can't you must remove the dash.
its under the dash
The dash is held together by screws. Just take out all the screws in the dash, and also the ones in the pads on the window pillars on the side of the dash. You'll need to remove these to get the dash out. You can still get the dash out without removing the pillars, but you may damage your dash trying to squeeze it out.
Yes, a mechanic has developed a procedure that avoids having to remove the dash.See "Related Questions" below for more
You can do this without completely removing the dash. Just remove all the screws then remove the support bar underneath the passenger side of the dash. This should give you enough wiggle room to get the core out.
It is under the dash on the passenger side of the car. You can access it without removing any other objects.
you must remove the dash pannel completly. then you will have acess to the radio. and the ability to remove it. caution. removing the dash can be hard. it is held in by locking pins. that break..fairly easily. so be careful when removing the dash.
How yo take a heater core out of 2002 lincoln navigator with 5.8 engine and can you do it without removing inside dashboard?
the HEATER CORE can be removed by removing the dash. how do i ghange the dash
Questions that relate to removing thedashboard of a Taurus / Sable are typically in order to:* Get at the heater core * Remove the radio The "Related Questions" below point to those more specific types of questions / information. The best thing is to leave it to a professional. Go to an auto parts store and purchase a Haynes manual that is specific to your car. The radio can be removed without removing the dash. The evaporator core can not be accessed without removing it.
The dash lights on a 93 Toyota 4Runner are replaced by removing the dash trim and panels. When the dash internals are exposed, the individual bulbs can then be replaced.
There are tiny nuts that hold the dash clips in on the other side of the dash via cralwing behind. You have to position yourself under the dash where your feet rest looking up to see.
I need help removing my dash to get to the back of my stereo on my 2006 dodge ram 1500
Check for a vacuum leak either under hood or under dash Check for a bad vacuum actuated motor under dash Check selector switch
pull it off.its clips.like the dash.
There are kits that have specific tools that you can use to help you in removing the dash. You can also ask a local automotive body specialist the process they use to remove the dash.
Why would you be removing the dash. Heater Coil? There is a black box on the passenger side by the firewall. 6 screws and the Heater Coil is in there.
The heater core is underneath the dash in the middle section right behind the console. You can fix it by removing the dash.
It's completely buried under the dash ,you have to completely dismantle the dash including removing the steering wheel.
The main sensor is located in the cab beneath the dash board on the transmission hump in a box. It's able to be seen without removing anything.
Just remove the fuse.
You can take the top of the dash board off of the 2001 Impala by first removing the dashboard bezel. Pry it gently from the front of the dash. Then, using a screwdriver, remove any screws holding the top of the dash and lift it off.
On the Lumina in the early 90's (mine is a 93 and I have blower problems too) the blower is under the RIGHT SIDE of the dash, by the passenger's feet behind that shroud and up behind the panel of relays. it's a chore to get to without removing most of the dash but it can be done.