I attempted to change one. It was hard. You have to tear 1/2 the dash apart. Start at the bottom of the passenger compartment and keep going in. Its hard to tell you step by step on here. If you pay 20 bucks for a repair manual at autozone or something it will walk you thru it with pictures. Or you can be like me, give up, and find a local little cheap repair shop. Cost me 70 bucks to have it done.
Where is heater core located on 92 chev
help me preplace heater core in 92 Chevy van g20
replace heater core on 92 buick century
diagram for a 92 Chevy van g20 Heater core
the heater core is located under the dash on the pasenger side behind the heater fan
Either pull the hoses off of the heater core and flush the core out or pull the hoses off the block and flush the heater core through the hoses..............
how to fix 92 camary heater core
you must remove the dash it's in the heater box
I would suggest replacing it.
Right under the dash in the center.........
Passenger side, interior, near firewall.
the heater core
yes they are the same. take heater lines loose from fire wall and take the screws out of the lower passenger dash board. (lines located in engine compartment)
Your heater core may have gone out. Or you could have build-up in the lines.
Figure 41: Heater Assembly Component ViewHEATER CORE REPLACEMENTRemove Or DisconnectEngine coolant.Heater hoses.Refer to "Heater Hose". See: Heater Hose ReplacementInstrument panel.Refer to "Dash Board" under Body and Frame / Interior Trim. See: Body and Frame\Interior Moulding / Trim\Dashboard / Instrument PanelRear case screws. (88)Rear case. (96)Screws. (94)Straps. (93)Heater core. (92)Seals. (89 & 90)Install Or ConnectSeals. (89 & 90)Heater core. (92)Straps. (93)Screws. (94)Rear case. (96)Rear case screws. (88)Instrument panel.Heater hoses.Engine coolant.Check the system for leaks.
The heater core is above/behind the air outlet for the floor. The heater core can be tricky to get out and take a bit of time and patience. Be sure it's the heater core before you take on this task. It will save you a lot of frustration. If your car gets hot but you still blow cold air when temp setting is in hot then you have either low coolant, a stuck thermostat, or a blocked heater core. If your interior floor is damp near the center front of the floor, then you most likely have a leaky heater core.
Big JOb!! Get a manual on your car and do the job right.
under the hood behind washer bottle
you can tell if your heater cooling system/core is broke as the car will not produce heat when you turn on the heat inside the car. if it is not blowing heat there could there is a problem. the heater core itself should look like a small radiater, if that is clogged it could cause a problem. can also possibly fix this by doing a cooling system flush this will clear any blockages or expose the problem. if flush works, consider the thermostat. that also will cause no heat on inside.
Geo heater coreThe dashboard and instrument cluster have to come out to gain accsess to heater box (white box next to a/c).The heater box splits in half. Remove metal tube to gain accsess. AnswerI have water dripping from under the dash on the passenger side of my 1994 Yukon . Could that be my heater core and is that an easy fix ?
At the parts sttore they have bypasss kits for heater cores. simply remove boyh hoses that go to the core and put this piece of pipe in place of the core. Talk to the parts man and tell him what you have.
Leak in heater core
In the radiator, coolant recover tank, heater core, and inside the engine water jacket.
Sounds like a heater hose got left loose or maybe one of the hoses are leaking a little.
towards the center of the firewall on the inside of the car, you have to remove the entire dash to get to it