Hire some body. I recently started changing mine out and it is a bear. So far I've removed the A/C unit ( Already disconnected and not going back in), Dropped the secondary blower motor, and loosened the dash face in order to remove both A/C and Htr assembly. If there is an easier way I hope somebody will post it.
Remove the glove box and you'll have access to the heater core, still not easy.
To change the heater core in a 87 ford f150 is easy. Just remove the glove box and then behind it there is 7 bolts. After you remove the 7 bolts then just remove the cover and behind it is the heater core. By far the easiest heater core I ever changed.
heater core hoses not hot
trust me that is not a job you want to take on. take it to a mechanic. you have to pull the dash out
change out the heater core
how to change heater core in 98 suburban
remove glove box. remove platic cover behind glove box under hood remove both heater hoses at firewall under dash remove retaining screws on heater core remove heater core reinstall is exact opposite of removal
the heater core is located behind the dash on the passenger side of the cab. much of the dash has to be removed and shifted to get to the box that houses the heater core. the hoses that supply coolant to the heater core must be remove via the engine bay. it is somewhat of a lengthy process, but can be done with patience and time.
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Im asking how to change the heater core. I don't have the answer.
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