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How do you change the heater core in a 1988 Monte Carlo SS?


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2013-05-14 17:58:41
2013-05-14 17:58:41

Heater core on G-Body cars is removed from under the hood. You remove the rubber weather strip, put wipers in the vertical position, gently remove the windshield trim, remove the blower motor, remove the solenoid for a/c, remove the screws from the heater and a/c housing cover, gently remove the cover, remove the a/c core, unbolt the ground at the top of the heater core, remove bottom clamps and change. You reverse the procedure for installation.

I have read online over and over mindless postings about how you have to remove your car seat, remove the core from inside the car, etc. This is a G-Body people and all G-Body cores are removed from under the hood. Took me four hours total.

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