The heater core will be inside the passenger compartment , somewhere behind / below the dash . The heater hoses connecting to the heater core will be under the hood in the engine compartment
Basically behind and below the glove compartment , you can see where the heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall from the engine compartment
Behind / below the glove compartment area inside a plastic case . You can see where the heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall in the engine compartment
it can leak into engine compartment as well as interior of car. depends where it is leaking
The heater inlet hose on a Hyundai Accent is in the back of the engine compartment. It goes through the firewall to the heater core.
Behind the firewall, near the center of the engine compartment.
Behind the glove compartment area inside a plastic case . From the engine compartment you can see where the two heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall
There is a fuel leak in the engine compartment. Have a mechanic look at the engine.
It controls the flow of water from the engine cooling system into the passenger compartment heater core.
On the rider side firewall in the engine compartment ?
If you look from the engine compartment you will see the 2 heater hoses that connect to your heater core at the firewall towards the passenger side
Block heaters are not a factory option, they must be installed by the owner. If you are the original owner, there is no block heater. If you see an electric cord hanging out of the front of the car, you might have a block heater, or a oil pan heater, or a battery charger. Follow the cord, and see where it goes. A block heater is a device for heating the coolant to keep the engine warm in cold weather. It is generally connected to the heater hoses, and can be mounted somewhere in the engine compartment, or just hanging from the hoses.
Defrost is the default position. Most likely a vacuum leak somewhere between the engine compartment and the passenger compartment. Look for a small black hose going through firewall ti the heater box inside. It should have vacuum from the engine on it. if not it's on the engine side. if it does it's probably in the passenger compartment. just trace the line back looking for the leak.
On the 1994 BMW 530i, the heater core is located under the dash in the engine compartment. You know the heater core is bad when it starts to leak.
Feel the heater hoses in engine compartment if one is hot and other cool try flushing heater core.
If you are asking about the heater blower motor it is mounted to the heater ducting in the engine compartment on the passenger side.
Passenger side engine compartment, in front of heater core outlets. Above the shock tower stem.
The heater fan relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The relay switch will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Behind the dashboard, usually on the passenger side. Look in the engine compartment for the hoses that go from the engine through the firewall. Those are generally the heater hoses, which go to the heater core.
The heater fuse for a 1993 Geo Tracker is located in the fuse box that is inside the engine compartment on top of the battery. It would also be a good idea to check the wires on the heater relay that is on the passenger side of the engine compartment on the fender wall. It is just behind the washer fluid receptacle.
The heater inlet hose on a 92 Geo Metro is located in the rear of the engine compartment. It runs through the firewall and connects to the heater.
Disconnect batt. Drain Raidiator coolant.Remove Dashboard. Unhook both heater hoses located on firewall in engine compartment. remove airbox nuts in engine compartment. remove retaining screw for core in cabin. remove core.
To bypass the heater core you need to remove the two water hoses going through the firewall from the engine compartment to the heater core and connect them together so that the water loops around back to the engine.
Drivers side, engine compartment, 50 Amp fuse.