Oh man! You better be prepared to have appx. 8 hrs of spare time because this is going to take you a while. In order to replace the heater core you must take off your entire dashboard as well as deactivate the airbags. Detailed info on how to deactivate them can be found in a Chilton's manual. Good luck!
The HVAC system is basically the same in the Navigator and the Expedition and F150. All three models have a common problem with the blend door failing and causing a lack of control over the air flow through the heater core. Replacing the heater core isn't necessary unless you are smelling antifreeze in the passenger compartment and losing coolant from the radiator. Replacing the heater core or OEM blend door requires removal of the steering wheel/steering column/dash panel to get access to the plenum box and is a major operation. There is an aftermarket kit that will allow you to effect a repair of the blend door without having to disassembly the dash. Check links through my bio page for additional information including a video of the diagnosis/repair process.
Heater hoses on a 1993 Lincoln Continental are located on the heater core behind the dashboard. There is no real easy fix. It includes quite a bit of labor.
This is my son-in-laws truck. I have to fix it
Take it to a mechanic and say "will you fix the heater core?"
COULD BE A BAD HEATER CORE COULD BE A BAD HEATER CORE sounds like the heater control switch needs replacing.if that doesnt fix it, you need new heater core
It's a big job! Get a manual on your car to do it right.
Mine is, but I'm not sure how to fix it.
You can fix a broken linkage in a 1999 Navigator truck by adjusting its Gear Shift.
The only fix for a leaking heater core is to replace it.
one of my injector are leaking and can I fix that by replacing small o-ring? Thank you
You can fix a broken linkage in a 1999 Navigator truck by simply adjusting its Gear Shift.
take out the dashboard 2 get 2 the heater core after that easy or pay about 600 to a 1000 dollars 2 fix it
You need to a new oxygen sensor if you are getting a p1155 code on a 1998 Lexus. This means that heater circuit is malfunctioning.
No way to fix that - your tank is scrap.
Go to http://www.markviii.org you will find what you need on the Mark VIII
Obviously your jhonson rod has become dislodged and must be reconnected before your car can start. There can be no other explanation given the level of detail you have provided.
Try drilling a very small hole at the rear of the motor to lubricate the bearing
Replace fuse #36 in the inside fusebox.See "Related Questions" below for more
Not practical to try to fix a heater core. Replace it with a new one.
you should hire a contractor to inspect your water heater. it's probably very expensive to fix and you can't fix the broken water heater yourself. too bad.
check heater motor
To fix a Jaguar S type heater, check the diverter mechanism. It shunts air through the heater core, which may not be operating properly.
You cannot fix or repair a heater core you must replace the complete unit with a new one...........
what would it cost to fix a leak in a 7.3l fuel heater
Fix - 1998 was released on: USA: 1998 (Dances With Films Festival)