There should be 2 hoses about the same size as a typical garden hose going into the firewall. You will need to disconnect them from the firewall and connect them together with a pice of pipe and 2 hose clamps. Your local auto parts store can help with the items that you need.
YES!! you can bypass the heater core. I just did this yesterday when my 93 Buick overheated because of a bad thermostat and broke the hose from the heater core. Follow the Big hose leading out from the right side of the radiator. It will lead to where the thermostat is then keep following along the hose that is connected to that and the hose will go behind the metal, inside of the car. Cut this hose right before it goes behind the metal and cut the one right next to it on the left and connect them together. That's it.
Ok in a 93 Beretta the heater core is located behind your stero, best thing to do is to take the entire dash apart unless you like to work in small places. Take the black cover off take the old heater core out and then put the new one is make sure all the clamps are good and tight. A word of advice DONT BUT OREILLY AUTO PARTS! I bout a heater core from them a 1 1/2 ago and it went out on me already again.
remove panel cover in middle of car under dash where the heater core hoses are at that go through the firewall under the hood, this is where the heater core will be located at inside the car start removing screws, until covers come off remove the hoses first though i have to replace the heater core in a 93 Bonneville tomorrow good luck
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