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How do you replace a heater core on a 1995 Camaro?


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2015-07-15 21:06:22
2015-07-15 21:06:22

First of all purchase a repair manual such as a Chilton. Your biggest problem is to remove the dashboard which requires special tools as usual. Second problem is draining the radiator system so when you remove the core it doesnt leak into the passenger floor. Mark all hoses and connections with etiher numbered tape or color coded so you know what goes where when putting the core back in. The third trick is to make sure the replacement core has been pressure tested before putting it in!!!!! If not purchase a new one period. Follow the Chilton diagrams and the last trick is to make sure there is no air on the system which will cause bad heating from the heater and possible damage to the cooling system.

That is all I know other than it cost around $390 dollars from a Chevy dealer in Texas 12-06-5. After replacing one in a Lincoln Town car myself I think the $390 is a real good price.


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