How do you change heater coil on a 1998 olds acheiva sl?
unscrew the plastics piece under the glove box right above where your feet would be and the heater coil is in there. you will have to disconnect the hoses from under the hood right in front of the passenger side. there are only 2 hoses connected to it. then just put in a new heater coil and reattach the hoses and screw it back up. all done.
Pull the plastic guard out from under the glove box...you can see where the wires plug into the heat duct system. There are 2 screws holding the coil block unit in the duct(use 5/16 nut driver). Pull the heating coil unit out and uplug the wires...(most times it's the diode that buns out on the unit)
Which hose gets cut and spliced back together on a 1998 Lincoln Navigator to bypass the front heater coil?
To change the spark coil pack on a 1998 Pontiac Sunfire with a 2.4 engine, first disconnect the battery. Then remove the coil pack and spark plug. The spark plug should also be replaced with the new coil pack for best performance. Insert the new spark plug, then the new coil pack being careful not to bump any of the many other electronic parts. Then reconnect the battery.
See "Related Questions" below for more about 1986-1995 heater cores Usually If the heater CORE is bad it will start to leak, dripping water on the carpet, or steeming up the windows. i have a 1992 Taurus in the garage now for a new heater coil. white smoke, the sweet smell, is the heater coil. you may not see any water dripping in the car if it is a small leak. try a bottle of…
I have a 1998 Ford Taurus What would cause the defrosters to blow cold air when set to full heat The heater still works but not with the defrosters.?
Sounds like heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced You probably have a leak in the heater coil of the air conditioning system. You can either get the coolant flow to the heater coil shut off (cheapest) and get along without heat in the car, get the heater coil repaired (iffy), or get it replaced (maybe get a used part from an auto salvage yard.
Need more information (such as engine size) to tell you why. Experience is anyone of them can misfire but Fords of that vintage sometimes have problems with cooling leaks on that hole from heater hose I had exact same problem on my '99. Leak on #4 plug caused damage to the coil. Changed hose and coil. Coil very easy to replace. My brothers 98 F150 had the same problem, had to change the intake gaskets…