Heater Core remove/replace in Dodge 1500 truck 1995-01. I can pull it in 3.5 hours. putting it back takes about 2 hours, plus charging the AC, about one more hour more. Having a friend around really helps. Disconnect the battery before attempting any work to avoid a short.
1)Remove first screw on plastic door sill on both sides. (the things on top of rug where door closes)Remove kick panels.
2)Remove panel under steering wheel.
3)Remove two nuts holding up steering wheel.
4)Remove screws where windshield meets dash board.
5)Remove 2 bolts left and right under dash but against sides of car (under kick panels).
5a) There is a square box in the center of the dash by the floor. Take it off and take those nuts off. And disconnect the wire harness and the get the panel loose and down out of the way.
6)Dashboard is now loose and can be pulled towards the seats.
7)On right side of dash hook a wire way up to screw that holds moulding clips, or pull the dash towards the seat and put a jackstand under the passenger side.
8)The whole heater box is now visible.
9) You've got to remove vacuum lines, controls, and electric plugs from heater box.
10) Now the secret: there are 2 screws holding it to fire wall on inside (one has a ground wire attached). The other is in the upper right hand corner facing up. The easiest way to get to the bolts holding the ground wire is to take out the glove compartment and then take out the airbag.
11) there are 4 nuts holding it from engine side of firewall(one is behind the electric panel on the passanger side). Remove all four of these.
12) Remove heater hose clamps with a hose clamp plier. This will take time, these clips are hard to get off.
13) Drain the AC freon.
14)the AC lines require a special tool that costs $9-12 at parts store. the kit has 6 plastic widgets. use the one that fits. play with an AC fitting near the radiator for practice first.
15) you should be able to pull the heater box out now.
16) Remember the dashboard is just pulled up high enough on the right to get at the heater box.
17) It is a good idea to change the A/C evaporator core while doing this job. They are both in the same box.
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.
replace heater core in a 1991 Chevy work truck 1500
It is not an easy job. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
The heater box is under the dash.
need diagram for heater core for a 1994 Chevy truck.
Yes, just connect the heater hoses together.
Drain the water from your Dodge Ram truck cooling system. Remove the water lines from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
pull the dash out
You don't have a heater control valve for this truck.......
It is inside the HVAC housing, behind the dash.
This is my son-in-laws truck. I have to fix it
If you are asking about the blower you only have one that controls both the heater and the a/c............
Its your Heater core if it smells like a syrupy sweet smell if not then its your thermostat
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
On the Dodge Ram truck, the heater fuse for the blower is on the fuse panel on top of the battery. There is also a blower motor resistor on the blower motor. The fuse to control the heat control panel is in the fuse box in the dash.
buying a dodge was your first mistake
in the heater box behind the dash on the passenger side of the truck you have to remove the dash to get to it
If the vents are inside the cab of the truck, this could mean you have blown your heater core.
Pull the front dash bezel out that surrounds the cluster and the radio and the a/c-heater controls out and then remove the controller and replace the switch.............
Take it to the dealer. Take it to the dealer.
you may have a bad thermostat,replace and see.
No you can not
Inside the HVAC housing under the dash on the passenger side.