depends on the year. what year is it?
The heater core on a 1999 Ford F250 Superduty is replaced by removing the heater hoses, disconnecting the wiring harness, and removing the retaining bolts. The cover can then be removed, the heater core unbolted, and removed from its housing.
Up under the dash, to the middle.
Remove the glove-box door. Behind that is the heater core cover on the interior, passenger side of the firewall. Remove that cover and there is the heater core. Open the hood and look where the heater hoses enter the front right passenger area of the exterior side of the firewall. Disconnect the two heater hose clamps and you can then remove the heater core.
Keep the car's owner's manual handy. Remove the screws or bolts that hold the heater core in place. It may be that you need to remove more parts of the car in order to get to the heater core. Disconnect the intake and outtake hoses from the heater core. Remove the heater core from the car, taking special care to keep the core upright so no coolant spills out. Place the new heater core into the car, and reconnect the hoses as they were connected to the old heater core. Screw or bolt the new heater core into the car, and replace all the other removed car parts.
Remove glove box door. Behind that is heater core. Remove the cover,the core is right there. Under the hood, against the firewall you'll see the hoses going to the core. Remove 2 hose clamps then the core will come out from from the inside of your truck.
passenger side bottom of the fire wall.
the inlet heater hose that connects to the top of the water pump connects to which outlet on the heater core? the far outboard or the inside? this is in a 2002 ford f250, 7.3.
I have a 1993 ford f250 and just replaced my heater core by just taking out the glove box. I believe it is the same on an 88, although it is a little tight. Once you take the glove box out there should be a black cover over the heater core, just remove that. Next open the hood and disconnect the two hoses going into the heater core. Now the heater core should just pull out. Do the same in reverse to put the new one in It is pretty simple, but in some cases you may have to take the dashboard off, which is a pain. Pretty sure on an 88 f250 you be able to go it through the glove box.
it is located above the heater core trap door behine the glove box.
There is no such thing as a 2001 f250 351 Windsor. I believe the last year of the 351 overhead valve motor was 1996.
its on the heater core box on the top of the passenger side of the engine compartment, help on by a bracket with three nuts
I belive it is the (I have a 99 4x4 v10 f250) I have had to replace TWO heater cores in 14 months . My neighbor is my mechanic and owns a shop. I only put 6000 miles on the first replacement heater core before it started leaking. So my mechanic made a call and you need to make sure you GROUND the new heater core you in stall it will stop Electrolisis builded up. The orignal core lasted 8 years. And you can replace the core by removing it thru the glove box. It cost me $240 to have everything done,when it started leaking again after 11 months I was only charged for the heat core itself about $100 bucks for a oem core. Begald you don`t have a f-150 they have to change the core from under the hood and it is about $700.00 dollars. Be gald you bought the f-250...
If it is the same as a 92 F250 4x4 diesel it's actually pretty simple. First, take out the glove box by opening it and pressing inward on the two tabs at the bottom. Right behind there is some wiring, and a wiring module that needs to be disconnected and moved aside. After that is off the black plastic heater core cover can clearly be seen. There are about six screws that hold that cover on, a couple are a little difficult to get to. Once the cover is off you will see the core. Disconnect the lines in the engine compartment and with some effort, you will be able to pull the core out from behind the firewall (it is a little difficult as the clearances are a bit tight). Replace the new heater core, replace the cover, wiring and wiring module, glove box and connect the hoses. Run the vehicle until warm, and then double check the coolant level.
how do you change the oil filter on 2006 f250 diesel?
( .044 inch ) according to motorcraft.com
If you can find a '77 repair manual it shows how to do it. I did it and it was difficult. Seems like started under the hood first and it comes out under the dash, so have to take off the ducting.
35-40 Psi @2000 rpm.
The only 351 that ford offered in the F250 was the Windsor. The 351 windsor was put in the ford trucks from 1983 to 1986.
Ck the heater fan motor resistor .
pass side inside on the fire wall inside by the heater core just below it black box with white botton on top push white downword to reset
It is located just above the starter, which is on the passenger side of the truck.