the wire is bare how do you replace the wire with out removing the dashboard on a 1993 Chevrolet corsica?
You wont need to remove the complete dash but you will need to loosen it up so that it can be rolled out from the bottom, its a very large job and time consuming... The book time to replace the evaporator including recharging is 10.4 hours.......
How yo take a heater core out of 2002 lincoln navigator with 5.8 engine and can you do it without removing inside dashboard?
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.
No, you can replace the grill without removing the radiator.
Yes just drop the tranny
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sorry, but no
You can replace the ignition lock cylinder in your 1994 Pontiac Firebird without removing the steering will. Remove the retaining ring at the top of the ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out.
I have not seen a way to do it without removing the steering wheel (and airbag).
no have 2 remove tank
Replace them. This can be done without removing the heads. Talk to your mechanic about this.
no it's located in the tank
It's kind of a pain to do, but yes it can be done.
Just remove pan and change bearings.
In some cars, you can get the rear bearing by dropping the transmission. For the rest, no.
In most engines, yes only if the crank is not damaged and measures correctly.
I'm pretty sure you would have to remove the dash unless it's accessible below the passenger side of the dash. Root around there for anything. If it's leaking in the cabin you can locate it easily.... I replaced the heater core on my 1987 Honda Prelude Si last year. The air conditioning evaporator box will not allow you to get to the heater core without removing the entire dashboard. First you have to remove the instrument panel, and then remove the rest of the dashboard to get to the heater core. I bought a 87 Prelude shop manual on eBay and that really helped in showing me where all the bolts and screws are located that hold the dashboard. I had 1 screw left over...but the car and heater core work great!
both flashers are next to each other just behind the center of the lower dashboard trim, about 3-4 inches to the left of the ash tray. You have to remove the entire lower dashboard plastic to get to it(about 16 screws). I got tired of doing so and actually drilled a hole through the plastic and metal so I can replace the flasher without removing the lower dashboard trim. This also is also true for Chevy Bazer 95-97 possible later and the GMC versions.
If your asking if it can be done without removing the transmission? NO.
I suggest removing the shock mounts at the top (13mm nuts) then the lower (15mm bolt & nut) mount. This can be done without removing the tire/wheel assembly, but I suggest using jacks and removing them.
It depends on where the slave cylinder is located. If it is inside the bell housing you will have to remove the transmission.
It is used to replace valve seals on many automotive engines without removing the cylinder head from the block.