I just finished replacing mine in my 80 diesel rabbit w/ AC. You're suppose to take the entire dash out, but I did it the red-neck way... First I removed the heater box clips (I believe there are about 6 that you can get to around the front and back of the box). Then you'll have to break the glue that seals the heater box halves together.**Be Aware: if the core has been leaking for a while it's going to dump all that anti-freeze onto the floorboard, so have a bunch of newspaper down. Now the fun part!! You have to pry the heater box apart as far as you can without breaking it (just far enough to yank the old core out and, as carfully as possible, put the new one in). The core isn't faceted to anything in the heater box, so once I had the box spread to a descent gap (appx. 6-7 inches). I disconnected the radiator hoses in the engine compartment that go through the firewall to the heatercore. Then I disconnected them from the heater core itself (beware more spilling of anti-freeze will occure once you remove these 2 hoses). Finally, I yanked the old heater core out through the gap I made in the heater box and AS GENTLY AS POSSIBLE pushed the new one back in. Once I had the new heatercore in place, I had to push the 2 halves of the heater box back together while re-attaching the clips that hold them together (would have been much easier with 2 people). Then I re-attached the hoses to the heater core and to their counter parts in the engine compartment, and reattached any other peices of plastic that had to be cleared (e.g. the one that covers the hose connection to the heater core). If you did it right and didn't damage the new heater core (too badly) when you put it back in, you should be all set to go! But I warn this is not the textbook method, and you could damage the new core or other parts if you're not careful!!! The whole thing took me about 5-6 hours to complete, which was great compared to the 12 it would have taken me had I taken the whole dash out(not to mention the $400+ bucks it saved me). Hope it helps! -Patrick
On the front of the truck by the tow hook
Any NAPA parts store can supply a block heater that will keep your diesel toasty.
You will need to remove the water lines from your 1995 Dodge Dakota truck heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
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It depends where one looks but a frequently recommended truck for diesel truck pulls is the Ford diesel truck but does cost nearly $60,000. Also recommended are the GMC diesel truck and the Dodge diesel truck.
somewhere on the engine block i suspect
how do I change the heater blower on a f350 2002
in the heater box behind the dash on the passenger side of the truck you have to remove the dash to get to it
Remove the water from your 1987 Nissan pickup truck cooling system. Remove the water supply hose. Remove the water return hose. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new heater core.
Yes they do. Some do not have the plug on the front but the heater is in the block. If you plan on using this heater, you will need to buy a heater cord from your dealer and connect it. It's real simple! You just remove a cap from the side of the block on the passenger side and then connect you cord to it and fish the plug in end of your cord tothe front of the truck for easy connecting.
The advantage of a diesel truck is that diesel burns more efficiently than regular gasoline. However, parts and service for a diesel truck are sometimes higher.
This is not easy. Get a manual from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM It is under the dash on the passengers side of the truck. You shouldn't have to remove the whole dash.
you need the special tool its about 30 bucks from snap on
I can give you several sentences.My car cannot use diesel gasoline.Her car is a diesel.The truck runs on diesel.There was a truck powered by a diesel engine.
I've got a 2006 F-350 KR and I do it all the time ! I don't believe it is connected to the truck circuit ! I wouldn't leave it on there after the truck has started ! ! ! !
You will have to remove the whole instrument panel. Then lower or remove steering column. Then disassemble heater case. Best taken to a dealer due to possible steering column issues, not impossible though. is it the same as a 1998 heater core replacement
You can only use the fuel oil in the diesel truck.
I have a 91 box truck with diesel engine and had the same problem. It's the first diesel I had owned. If yours is a diesel then is it only doing this when it is cold outside. If so then you need to plug in your block heater. There should be a cord either behind or sticking out of your grill. that heater has to be plugged in when it is below 40 degrees outside. Hope this helps. If not please post with more info about your truck.
it really dosent matter, just be sure to unplug it before you drive off.
If equipped, it is on the passenger side. It starts behind the oil filter. It was an add on option when the truck was built.
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Not shure about cars but a diesel truck remove fuel filter fill with fuel and install (any air will stop the fuel from flowing)
1- Drain coolant. 2- remove heater hoses from core inlet and outlet pipes in engine compartment. 3-remove screws and heater core cover. ( right side lower passenger compartment ) 4- carefully lower core out of heater unit. This old of a truck it would be wise to replace both heater hoses. Use antifreeze as a lubricant to install heater hoses to new core inlets.
first you will have to remove your heater hoses going to your motor to the firewall take them off at the firewall, then there is a big box on your firewall, there is a bunch of screws holding it on remove them you heater core will be inside it.