I say good luck! I just had mine replaced in December...and $900.00 later, it's still not fixed right. My husband is a pretty good do-it-yourselfer...but he didn't want to touch this one. To replace the heater core, it requires the entire dash to be removed...that's why the dealerships/mechanics want so much for the job. The heater core itself was only about $60, the rest was labor. My advice is to take it to the dealership, because I took mine to local shop here, and after four trips back and forth, I have a faulty system. Oh, I have heat alright, but that's all I have...about 100 degrees blowing all the time!!! Can you tell I'm a little bitter?! Again, good luck.
I have replaced mine as well. It works OK but it is a ton of work!
Sterring column dropped down, dash tipped out, front passenger tire off etc.
It sounds like there is a vacum line off in order to have heat all the time. There is a bunch of vac lines to remove when doing the change and it is real impotant to get them back on right.
The change took me about 6 hours at home with more tools than most guys have.
You can but you still won't be able to get it out.
how do you replace seatbelt retractor on a 2000 chevy blazer
You get a pro to do it.duuuhhhh
I have a leak on my drive shaft left front 2000 cheve Blazer I would like to replace the whole unit
read the manual
They did'NT make the Trailblazer in 2000 might you be looking for information for a 2000 Blazer.
Heater Airbound? Heater control cable not working? Heater core plugged?
No it will not, it will just back flush the heater core and clean it out.
this model does not have a heater control valve, it has a specail thermostat that controls flow.
How do you set the timing on a 2000 Chevy blazer (V6)
Yes. I own a 2000 Chevy Blazer.
Yes you do. There is no other way.