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.
Monte Carlo was produced from 1970-1988 and then again from 1995-2007
The Monte Carlo was a two door coupe made by Chevrolet from 1970 to 1988, and again from 1995 to 2007. From 1981 to 1988 the Monte Carlo was assembled in Arlington, Texas and in Pontiac, Michigan.
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS coupe has a curb weight of 3,340 pounds. General Motors produced the Monte Carlo from 1970-1988 and again from 1995-2007.
I believe the ss had 195 horse.
The 1988 Monte Carlo SS, manufactured by Chevrolet, can be purchased through local, or nationwide, used car dealers in the United States, dependent on availability. Alternatively, the 1988 Monte Carlo SS may be available for sale by a private owner. These sales can often be found via online marketplaces, such as the motor shop on eBay.
yes and no
It's in the gas tank.
The washer pump on a 1988 Monte is located in front (attached) of the wiper motor. Three Torx screws removes it. Tony E.
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was produced from 1970 to 1988 and again from 1995 to 2007. The 1985 2-door coupe had a curb weight of 3,174 pounds.
It is on the intake ,1348......some order to that effect.
For all practical purposes, they are identical
Just go to any GM dealer.
They'll usually top out at around 120 MPH
"Chevy started making the Monte Carlo in 1970 and it was made with various changes until 1988. They brought it back for a while during 2000-2007, but it is no longer being produced."
The Monte Carlo SS made by Chevrolet is powered by V-8 engine. It is a car with rear wheel drive. It has two production period: from 1970 to 1988, from 1995 to 2007.
just an inch or two
lol lots of frame work but been done
if the Monte was a a v-8 car it would be easier but don't really matter much its still not that had of a job
You have coil springs front and rear as well as shocks.
1988 Monte's didn't have air bags, they never started putting them in until they came back out with the Monte in 95.