How do you change a heater core in a 1997 ford F-150 truck?
Step one, remove the dash completely. Two, remove the upper portion of the heater box. Three, remove the heater hoses. Four replace the core. Five, reassemble the vehicle. Good luck with step one.
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What would cause the heater fan to run with the key in the off position on a 1997 ford f150 truck also the warning sealbelt and air bag light stays on only when the truck is started?
The fan runs at a very low setting any time the ignition is on. If the SRS light is staying on after the truck is started, then you have a problem with the air bag system. The seatbelt chime should go off once you put on the driver's belt. If not there is a problem here, possibly bad ground connection.
The truck dash panel has to be removed along with the steering wheel and steering column to access the plenum box. The plenum box then has to be removed to get to the heater core. This requires evacuating the AC system, draining the radiator, disconnecting all lines and removing the box. Replacing the heater core is simple when you get to this point. If the problem is lack of heat(not a physical leak), the problem…