I had the same problem on my 92 Grand Am. It was quite a hassle and I still don't have it completely fixed. I replaced the heater core, but in the process, I broke a plastic shield in front of it so warm air leaks out. What you have to do is remove about 40 little screws that hold all of the plastic covers on, including the covers under the steering wheel, around the ac/radio, and under the glove box. You must also remove the center console cover. The plastic cover directly in front of the core has no srews but plastic pins. It is difficult to remove. Try not to break it (like I did). Once that is out of the way, you can remove the screws hoding the core in place and from underneath the car, unhook the water hoses. Then the core can be taken out.
Yes, a 1992 Pontiac Grand Am does have a timing belt. Diagrams can be found of them on the internet with a simple search.Ê
with a screw driver it would help not hard to do use the brain
where is the heater core for a 1992 bonniville
This is a big job get a manual on your car from the parts store and it will give you tHe propeR steps to change it.
i believe the heater motor is locted under the hood on the fire wall on the passengers side,no need to remove the dash
MAYBE WAL-MART IF NOT A STEREO INSTALL SHOP
To remove the heater core on a 1992 Grand Marquis, first remove the dash board. Then remove the AC box to have access to the heater core.
how to chang spark plugs in a 1992 Pontiac grand prix
remove the entire dashboard.
Tear into the dash, rip out the old one and put in the new one. I would suggest a good repair manual :-)
in the tank
1992 Pontiac grand am ac relay locationi found the relays. they are in the center of the firewall next to the blower case. they are in a case with cover that is bolted to the firewall.
No it will not
usually in alternator
Passenger side, near the firewall inside the car.
you usually have to take apart the entire dash to get to it
Easiest way is to connect the two heater hoses together.
There was more than one size used on the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am depending on which model it was GT, etc. It should be listed on the drivers door post. If not click the link I will post.
yes it should bolt right up as well as the original motor and tranny
I have a very big sausage
To answer this i will need to know whatsize engine you have.