first open the glove box. in the corner near the control unit, you will see a screw( it would have been hidden with the glove box closed). there will be another screw on the opposite side located below the instrument cluster. remove these 2 screws. now on the side of the dash( close the the floor. its almost straight back and level with the cig lighter.) remove this screw and the one on the opposite side. the dash trim around the radio and heater controls will now come out and when you unplug the ashtray and cig lighter wires will come completely out.
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
First remove the dashboard to access the heater box and core! Then reversal of strip down to rebuild.
To change the light bulb for the heater control on the 2006 Tahoe, you will either need to replace the entire climate control panel or remove and re-solder the bulbs. You can remove the bulbs by first removing the dashboard bezel and then the dash itself. Access the bulbs and pull them out of the control panel. Solder new bulbs into the panel.?æ
Remove the doghouse (engine cover) and remove the heater duct. Then you can access both speakers through the doghouse.
How do you remove the dashboard on a 1996 Ford Fiesta
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 will need to remove the dashboard panel in order to replace the electronic throttle control light. With the dashboard panel removed the light can be access to be replaced.
This job is a real pain! Start by removing the lower dash trim from the driver and passenger side. All this is much easier if you remove the passenger seat. Remove the stainless trim, the aluminum trim and finally the passenger dashboard access plate, You will need the remove the vent control cable to get this out of yor way. Now remove the heater access panel...you should now be able to see the core. disconnect the heater hoses and the 3 nuts from the engine firewall that hold the heater unit in place from the engine side. aAt the passenger side, gently pull the unit towards you to access the 4 heater core bolts. remove these and the valve cable and the core should come right out.
i believe the heater motor is locted under the hood on the fire wall on the passengers side,no need to remove the dash
It is on the passenger side, you have to remove the dashboard.
to gain access to the heater control board pull the control knobs off the heater facia undo screws and remove facia the contact board and contact sliders can then be removed and replaced as nessary
The 2000 Chevrolet Corvette blower motor control module can be found behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the dashboard in order to access the module.
The 1975 Chevrolet Camaro heater blower motor can be found behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the passenger side kick plate in order to access the heater blower motor.
Detach the negative battery cable. Remove the bezel to get access to the control head and remove its screws. Remove the control panel. Pry the clips free. Disconnect cables from the heater. Install the new control panel.
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 take out the whole dashboard
remove the entire dashboard.
The heater coil is located behind the dash board. You will have to remove the dashboard to get at the heater coil
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.
You need to remove the instrument cluster or control panels you want to work on to get access to the bulb holders.
Start by draining the coolant, disconnect dash board wiring harness from pcm behind kick panels, disconnect eye shaft, unbolt dashboard and remove dash. (Remember to tape steering wheel in place as it might have a clock spring). You might have to remove some trim panel on top of dash or cluster from dashboard to gain access to retaing bolts, disconnect heater hoses from heater core in engine compartment and remove heater core, reverse install.
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Remove the heater control valve and replace it.
To replace the 1996 V6 Mercury Sable climate control and take out the old control, you will need to remove the covering below the steering wheel and dashboard. Then, access the climate control in the instrument panel and remove the old control.
do you need to remove dashboard in 2003 chevy impala to replace heater core