replace calipers in pairs. replace brake hoses at the same time.
no but it does have a manual hot /cold lever control box which is adjusted via vacume hoses attached to the heater control unit on the dash
The heater hoses connect the block, radiator, heater core, and waterpump. To replace, drain the radiator and catch the anti-freeze for recycling. Remove the hoses and put on new hoses. It is kind of nasty but not very difficult.
possibly clogged heater core, remove heater core hoses and flush with a hose until clean. reinstall hoses fill with coolant and let it run. if heater core is too plugged up you will have to replace it.
Radiator hoses and heater hoses should be inspected yearly and replaced when neccessary.
The heater matrix, in a Peugeot 206, can be replaced by removing the heater core and the hoses. With the heater core removed you can replace it with a new heater core.
Follow the heater hoses from the engine. They will lead right to the heater core.
it is located on the passenger side wheel well...it has 4 hoses attached 2 going into the heater core and 2 going into the engine...simply disconnect the hoses and replace with new heater valve
bypass the heater core by connecting the two heater hoses togethetr or replace heater core
The heater core, in a Saturn and 1200, is held in place by four bolts and two water hoses. Remove the bolts and the water hoses. The heater core will come out. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
The heater core is located under the hood in the heater box where the blower motor is. Remove the heater hoses then the box can be unbolted and removed.
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.
Cut off the crimp connectors, pull the old hose off and replace with conventional heater hose and conventional hose clamps
Best to get the shop manual but basically: Reomove Heater hoses from engine block and drain. Remove glove box. Disconnect cables that connect to heater core. Disconnect heater core from firewall. Disconnect hoses from heater core. Pull heater core from under dash.
take heater hoses off the firewall heater box and unbolt heater box on the firewall and then pull heater box down from under the dash and you will see the heater core inside, replace it in the box and bolt everything back together.
hese hoses are called "heater hoses" they are from the front heater hoses which heat the car and they are connected to the front heater hoses under the car hood on right side
Behind / below the glove compartment area inside a plastic case . You can see where the heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall in the engine compartment
Behind the glove compartment area inside a plastic case . From the engine compartment you can see where the two heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall
The dash must be completely removed in order to gain access to the heater box. Then the heater hoses are disconnected and the heater box is removed and opened up. That gains access to the heater core for relacement.
you should only have to take loose the heater hoses where they go into the firewall and of course the heater core itself
Not all models had a heater control valve. If it has one it's either right in front of the firewall by where the heater hoses go in, or else under the dash near the heater core.
undo bolts from firewall,drain coolant,unclamp hoses- pull core out,replace w/new, also replace hoses/clamps(you won't be sorry)
Look behind the glove box. Its all there. Plan on spending a good couple of hours on this job. Drain the rad system, remove the 2 hoses to the heater core on the firewall side, there is also 1 or 2 nuts to remove. Then off to the inside under the dash. Remove the blower, and the rest of the screws for the box.
The 1999 Chevrolet Camaro heater hoses will have a swivel nut on each end of the hose. Turn the swivel nuts to the left and the heater hoses will come off. Reverse the process to install the new heater hoses.
In line on the heater hoses on the passenger side of the engine. Has a small vacuum line to it and both heater hoses go through it. The heater hoses are smaller than the radiator hoses and go through the firwall.