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The heater core is located in the same place.If you have coolant coming from the tube,your heater core is bad and needs to be replaced.
Hi Do you mean heater coil, or heater CORE? Im am going to try one tomorrow or the next day. By the manual it does not seem too bad, but you may need a special tool to disconnect the heater hose from the core.
My 1990 E350 has 235 85 R 16 size tires.
try going thru the dash. you must remove the panel over the air cond and radio. remove the radio. and your in front of the heater core. looks like a small radiator Usually on a ford its not that hard the best way to do it is go to your local parts store chain and buy a repair manual for that vehicle.
In my 98 E350 6.8 it is under the dash. you have to pull the dash off to change it
I had enough room to finagle it into the box without removing the heater core. It required putting it in then turning it into position. The old one twistd out just the opposite of installation. Work with getting the old one out and it can be figured out.
I just changed a heater core myself about a week ago and it's pretty easy. First you'll want to make sure all the antifreeze is drained out. Then to remove the heater core you will want to take off the air filter and disconnect the hoses from it to make more room. There will be two hoses connecting the heater core... you will have to disconnect them from under the hood and then pull out the heater core from inside the vehicle. To remove the hoses there is a plastic clip... squeeze the clip together and the hose should just pull off. There will be a rubber o-ring inside the hose, then a plastic ring, and then another rubber o-ring followed by the plastic fitting. Once you have those removed you can go inside the vehicle and remove the kick plate from under the dash (big black cover at the passenger feet). Then you will see a big black cover where the heater core is inside. To gain access there will be 4 screws holding the side on (left side). Once that's off the heater core will be right there and you should be able to pull it out pretty easily. There is a rubber ring aroung the core to help seal it in... if the old one is wrecked and you can't get another because it's too old for stores to get in (which it was for me) you can also you some of the double sided tape that they use to hold truck caps on. To install the new one just reverse the proccess. Good luck!
There is no need to bleed air from a fuel pump.
The E450 has a clock speed of 1.65GHz, slightly faster than the 1.6GHz E350. But the more significant differences are in the integrated graphics and memory controller of each. The AMD Radeon HD 6310 paired with the E350 has a core speed of 500MHz. The AMD Radeon HD 6320 that comes with the E450 has a core speed of 500MHz also, but it has a turbo function that increases it up to 600MHz when needed. The memory controller with the E350 can only handle DDR3-1066 memory, but the E450 can handle faster DDR3-1333.
1991 e 350 diesel 7.3 has 190 hp
Pop the bleeder and cycle the pump until only pure fuel is coming out.
To replace the radio on a Ford E350, first remove the bezel from around the existing radio. Then, release the clips on either side of the radio and remove it from the dashboard. Then, release the wiring. Place the new wiring on the replacement radio and insert it into the dashboard. Lock the clips in place and replace the bezel.
It should be sticking out of the grill in front of the radiator.. Look around that area, if it exists.
I have a 460 in my 1983 e350.
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e350 is bad that's why
Above the battery, attached to the fender, under a black plastic cover. There are two relays. If I recall correctly, the green one is the fuel pump.
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