How do you remove the dash from a 1998 Lincoln Navigator to replace the heater core?
You do not have to remove the dash. You do however have to remove enough of the ductwork to allow access to the heater core. This is almost never an easy job and as I have not replaced one on a Navigator, I cannot tell you exactly what to remove. Just remove what is necessary to get to the core. This is why the Pros charge so much to replace a heater core. Just remember exactly how the parts cam off and how they go back on. Good Luck.
If it is the same as my 2000 Navigator, you have to remove the inside panel of the tail gate, which is held on with hidden clips on the inside of the panel, a $10 tool at most automotive stores will assist in removing the panel. You must also remove the strap that is held on with 2 Philips screws. (it would have been easier for us if Lincoln had installed an access panel).
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.
# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Drain the engine coolant. # Remove the instrument panel/dash assembly from the vehicle. # Remove the heater hose(s) and cap the hose(s). # Remove the attaching nuts and remove the heater unit assembly. # Remove the heater core attaching screw and remove the heater core..............
to replace a heater core first drained cooling system. then disconnect heater hoses located on firewall at back of engine compartment. then go inside vehicle. if you have a console you will want to remove it for easier replace of core. then take off heater core cover, this is located behind heater controls, but just a little lower. there will be 6 or 8 7 mm head screws to remove. the cover is also sealed…
How do you replace the heater core on a 1991 C1500 Chevy pickup and does the Dash have to be completely removed?
Door Panels Removal & Installation 1. Remove the sail panel (Front Doors Only). 2. Remove the door panel by carefully lifting the panel upward to release the retaining clips. 3. Remove the electrical plugs that control the windows, exc. 4. Replace speakers The installation is the reverse of the removal.
Heater core should be behind glove box. Remove glove box and screws( approx. 8) that holds cover in place. Pop hood and look for two hot water lines running into firewall at that location(passenger side) Remove lines by loosening hose clamps(advisable to replace) Remove heater core from inside and replace.
-remove front seats -remove steering column -remove entire dash -remove heater hoses from engine side of firewall/bulkhead -remove A/C hoses from engine side of firewall/bulkhead -remove nuts holding heater / A/C box (on engine side of firewall/bulkhead) -remove heater / A/C box from cab side of firewall/bulkhead -remove top of heater / A/C box. -replace heater core