Ok in a 93 Beretta the heater core is located behind your stero, best thing to do is to take the entire dash apart unless you like to work in small places. Take the black cover off take the old heater core out and then put the new one is make sure all the clamps are good and tight. A word of advice DONT BUT OREILLY AUTO PARTS! I bout a heater core from them a 1 1/2 ago and it went out on me already again.
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Replacement of the heater core on a 1993 Mazda Protege is going to first require the removal of the entire dashboard. Once that is removed then the heater control box will need to be removed and disassembled in order to get access to the heater core inside.
If you are saying the heater is blowing out cold air you need to change the heater core which is located inside the dash
It is cheaper to replace the heater core than it is repair it
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the heater core hose. Remove the retaining bolts. The heater core will come out. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
you have to remove the dash, get a Haynes manual Chilton's may be better rent from library) follow the remove dash instructions, heater core is slightly to the left of the glove box. remove heater core cover, remove hoses from heater core (engine compartment) pull out old core. pia job.
The heater core is behind your dash inside of the ventilation ducts.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library. i had to change the heater core in my 93' beretta. its under the dash in the middle. there are three panels to you can take off: under the steering column, behaind the heater controls and stereo, and one under the glove box. you want to take off the panel behind the heater controls. there are a couple things to take off before you can see the heater core and it is hard to put it all back together afterwards. and onother thing, dont loose any of the screws, there are quite a few of them. good luck
Could have a clogged line feeding the heater core. Disconnect return hoses from the heater core and verify coolant is flowing through the core.
you likely have a leaking heater core. Is this on the inside of the vehicle? if so then it defintately is a leaking heater core
You have to connect the both hoses that go into the heater core on the passenger side but that will throw codes and you will have a light on the dash
Check antifreeze level, then thermostat next, heater core last
I found it helpful to get a repair manual for $15.00 at the local auto store.If you never changed a heater core on a 93 jimmy its very time consuming you have to pull the dash forward to get the heater core out that entails quite a bit of labor but its not hard just time consuming.The $15.00 you pay for a repair manual is worth saving hundreds of dollars in labor they want to fix your heater core at a garage.Good Luck!
Not sure this can be answered as they quit making Berettas in 1996. You ask about a '98. Recently replaced the heater core in my 1991 Beretta GT. Took all day, two people to replace a $20.00 part. They steering column had to lay to the floor. The complete dash pad/panel had to be removed. Once that was done the rest was basic and easy. changed a heater core in 93 baretta,was told to drop steering and so forth,honestly after looking,its under the center of the dash and was the easiest and fastest i have ever changed a heater core me and a friend changed it replaced it,went and got the new one in under 3 hours
heater core leaks
It is the heater core hose.
Major job. To many steps to list here. Recommend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle if you intend on replacing the heater core yourself.
You have to remove the dash completetly in order to access the heater core...i did it on mine and it's a big job... took about 14 hours
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.
there would be 2 heater hoses that go into the firewall of your car. disconect these and join both together with a peice of tube and couple of hose clamps. this will bypass the heater core
On my '93 ford escort 1.9L, it is located under the dash, behind the heater control assembly.
yeah you do need a new heater core which is located in the dash board
I have a 93' ford ranger, w/ac, I had to change the heater core, as you open the hood to the engine, look to the left, there will be two hoses side by side going into the paasenger side , diconnect them, then you open passenger door, get underneath dashboard, unscrew the plastic screws, might break,pull down the covering and heater core should be exposed, pull it out,replace it with the new one, might need an extra hand to help attach hoses from the engine side.
It could be either a bad thermostat,a clogged radiator,or clogged heater core,or a weak water pump.I suggest flush the system with a flush product change the thermostat and if your hoses upper or lower are over four years old change them(suggested by most hose manuf) and I do this as well .If after doing this still no heat or weak I would suggest replacing the radiator and heater core at the same time.The reason is after 17 years the cooling system will build up trash that will not flush out,and cause poor circulation.And the radiator is pretty simple to do,however the heater core does require the dash to be removed at least unbolted completely and lifted up to pull the heater core box out due to space.