remove the entire dashboard.
You must remove the entire interior dashboard..
drop the steering column, remove entire dashboard.
yes the entire dash has gotta go
How do you remove the dashboard on a 1996 Ford Fiesta
remove radio, heater control, glove box, dashboard trim & bezels. once you do this you can see a tublar bar which the dashboard secured to. remove the dashboard and the heater core is there in the center
The heater core on most GM vehicles is located behind the dashboard. You must remove the entire dashboard to gain access to the heater core which is mounted to the backside of the firewall. try this: http://www.zr2usa.com/mboard/index.php?showtopic=19527&st=0&#entry405342
You have to remove the entire dashboard to expose the heater box. Then you can disassemble the heater box. This is a HUGE job. I've done it several times and it's every bit of 2 days for a do it yourselfer.
It is on the passenger side, you have to remove the dashboard.
For a 1995 Marquis it requires a skilled mechanic several hours to drop steering column, remove entire dashboard, disconnect airbags, just to get to the heater core.
First remove the dashboard to access the heater box and core! Then reversal of strip down to rebuild.
you have to take out the whole dashboard
Please specify. Do you really want to remove the entire dashboard, or do you want to remove one or both of the two trim panels
The heater coil is located behind the dash board. You will have to remove the dashboard to get at the heater coil
i just done this myself, and unless you have alot of patience, i wouldn't recommend it, you must remove the entire dashboard, drop the steering column, and detach heater hoses, a/c lines on fire wall, then remove a/c heater box in passenger compartment, good luck! beside the millions of screw and wire harnesses, it was a learning experience
No................... Its located in the center of the vehicle but you will need to remove the side panels if equipped and then remove the lower heater core cover and the heater hoses.............
do you need to remove dashboard in 2003 chevy impala to replace heater core
To remove and replace the heater core on the 1987 Nissan 300ZX with air, begin by removing the dashboard totally. This means the radio panel and the instrument cluster. Remove all air ducts and access the heater core. Remove the bolts holding the core and replace it with a new core. Then replace the dashboard and instrument panel.
You do not need to completely remove the dashboard in order to change the heater core. Remove the water hoses from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Remove the vents and screws under the ac cluster speedometer cluster.
In most Chevys you need to remove the dashboard to get to the heater core, a 4 1/2 hour job.
you might be able to just go through the back of the glovebox to get to the heater core
underneath the dashboard on the passenger side.
The dashboard lights on a 1997 Eagle Talon can be changed by reaching up into the dash to get to the bulbs. Another way is to remove the dashboard screws and remove the front of the instrument panel.
I'm pretty sure you would have to remove the dash unless it's accessible below the passenger side of the dash. Root around there for anything. If it's leaking in the cabin you can locate it easily.... I replaced the heater core on my 1987 Honda Prelude Si last year. The air conditioning evaporator box will not allow you to get to the heater core without removing the entire dashboard. First you have to remove the instrument panel, and then remove the rest of the dashboard to get to the heater core. I bought a 87 Prelude shop manual on eBay and that really helped in showing me where all the bolts and screws are located that hold the dashboard. I had 1 screw left over...but the car and heater core work great!