the heater core is behind the dash board
how do you replace a heater core in a 91 Oldsmobile 98
replace heater core in a 1991 Chevy work truck 1500
Remove both heater hoses from inlet & outlet of heater core. Connect these hoses together.
Only if the coolant is leaking from the heater core, but you will see this.
heater coil on a linclon town car 2002
A 91 engine will not fit in a 98 Escort. The 91 engine is from a generation II Escort whereas a 98 engine is from a generationIII Escort.
Usually at the firewall either passenger side or middle follow the heater hoses
To install a new heater core in a 1991 Camry, the passenger side dash has to be removed. After access is gained to the heater core, the old one needs to be taken out and a new one put in, replacing all of the wires and hoses.
your heater core is leaking. this is located most the time under the dash. you will have to have it replaced
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)
It is at the dash board bottom just at the middle. You can see a plastic rectangle were the heater core is and at the right side are the pipes that goes to the coolant valve at the engine
It should be comparable of the 91 is a 2nd generation Escort.
Misting of a windshield usually indicates a leak in the heater core.
I have a '91 and I believe they're about the same though. The heater core is back inside the glove compartment. You'll probably have to remove the door/tray itself. To get it out you have to disconnect the coolant hoses going through the firewall (engine side). After that there really shouldn't be much to it.
AnswerCheck the heater core and the heater hose.. might have a leak.. i had the same prob..
Search for part number 398291. Or check out this site: http://autoparts.thecarconnection.com/auto-part/176813-honda-prelude-aftermarket-rr398291-heater-core Good luck!
Bad heater core.
plugged heater core or bad blower motor or vent plugs
I assume you mean the heater core? there are about 6 screws in the bottom of the heater inside the cab on the passenger side, remove the hoses from the engine compartment take the panel off of the bottom, be careful with the foam rubber on the panel, and it just pulls thru the firewall
The heater hoses connect the block, radiator, heater core, and waterpump. To replace, drain the radiator and catch the anti-freeze for recycling. Remove the hoses and put on new hoses. It is kind of nasty but not very difficult.
No, A 91 to a 96 transmission will fit a 94 Escort.
Disconnect the negative battery cable. Drain the engine coolant into a clean container for reuse. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove the rear lateral transaxle strut mount, if necessary. Remove the drain tube and disconnect the heater hoses from the core tubes, lower the vehicle. Remove the sound insulators, console extensions and/or steering column filler, as required. remove the floor console outlet ductwork and hoses. remove the heater core cover. Remove the heater core mounting clamps and remove the heater core. This information was taken from chiltons auto repair manual. So good luck and hope it works out
its easy 12 year old son did it in 3 hours