labor hours to replace evaporators dodge grand caravan se 2009
Take out entire dash. Remove a/c unit, disasemble unit. Pull out evap. core.
The entire, and I mean ENTIRE front dash has to come out to remove the heater box which then must be disassembled in order to replace the evaporator or heater core. Not a job for the feint of heart.
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how do i replace a front heater core, back heater core, and a heater motor in a 2001 Chrysler town and country? need a detailed description.
I was quoted 6 hours of labor... on a 2002 Tribute.
no , the heater core is for your heat , the evaporator core is for your air conditioning ( cooling )
The expansion valve is located in the lines connecting the evaporator core which is located inside the evaporator housing behind the dash and the glove box.
a shop is costing me 1100.00 to replace little to much i think.
Most likely a clogged evaporator drain. Have a mechanic with a lift clear the drain tube. Expect to need the evaporator core replaced soon.
no! sensor is the one senses the cooling of the air condition while the evaporator core is the lid of the sensor
I'm assuming you're asking about the front evaporator core... The core is located behind the instrument panel. You have to remove the entire instrument panel to get to it. Once the instrument panel is removed you will need to remove the HVAC unit and then disassemble the unit, replace the core and reassemble everything in reverse order.
No. You have to remove the dash.
The heater core is behind the AC evaporator core. You must remove the panel with the venting on the passenger side. Then you must disconnect the two AC fittings inside the engine firewall. You do not have to remove the AC evaporator core, it will swing somewhat out of the way so that you can get to the heater core. There are several clips and screws holding the heater core in place that must be removed. Then you are able to remove the heater core. It is about a $35.00 item.
Parts and labor around $750.00 dollars..............
It's pretty much the same thing as replacing a heater core. You rip the dash off to get at it, then replace it and put the dash back on. ... Sounds simple. On this car, the evaporator comes out from under the hood. A tight fit on the V engines
Hey Bob==It is quite a job to replace the evaporator. I would suggest getting a manual on your truck if you want to attempt it. Remember after you get it changed the system will have to be evacuated and recharged. Unless you are a pretty good mechanic, I suggest you have it done. Good luck, Joe
The entire dash and the HVAC housing.
First, you get a manual and then follow the step by step instructions. This is how you install a evaporator core. No thank you is required. I like to help.
inside of the dash, about middle of the car. The entire dash has to be removed to replace.
Flat rate time is about 5 hours.
Before you remove the evaporator core from a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville you need to have the air pressure discharged. You will then need to remove the AC unit. You will need to remove some screws before you can remove the evaporator.
In the same manner as replacing the heater core. The complete dash assembly must be removed. Big job.