Replace the coil
please tell me how to remove the heater to get too the heater coil
how much would it cost to replace the heater coil on a 1999 buick leSabre
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heater coil on a linclon town car 2002
The heater CORE is a big job. Get a manual on your car to do the job correctly.
It's tough for an amateur. The heater core is inside behind the console.
Drop the glovebox door and you will have access to it.
Ignition what? Switch? Coil?
heater coil is good conductor of electricity
The dash has to be removed to gain access to the heater box. The heater box then comes out and is split open to replace the core.
Hi Do you mean heater coil, or heater CORE? Im am going to try one tomorrow or the next day. By the manual it does not seem too bad, but you may need a special tool to disconnect the heater hose from the core.
The heater coil is located behind the dash board. You will have to remove the dashboard to get at the heater coil
You need to replace the heater coil !
change coil module
It is probably the heater coil. When it stops working water from the radiator goes back through a hose and when it overfills it emptys into the passenger side floor. You can replace the heater coil or bypass the hoses. Second option will cause heater to stop working.
BIG JOB Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS/COM and it will have pictures and everything.
behind glove box.it is a dog
Clarification of terminology- Heater core not heater coil. And Yes there is a very good chance that it may be leaking.
The heater coil and a heater core is the same thing. Hot water circulates from the engine and through the heater core then back to engine generating heat for your heater system.
I have the identical problem on a 1991 Jimmy. I have replaced the blower motor and flushed the heater coil. I know the vents are working properly because they work when the temperature is selected to cold. I am wondering if there is something under the hood that redirects the aif flow either through the cooling coil or the heater coil based on the position of the temperature control. If so possibly the heater coil (air side) is clogged. I noticed that the heater coil is below the AC coil so it is possible that debris is down in it. I may try to pull it and clean it. Have you tried that?
Check the part numbers at a rad. shop.
take out the glove box and 4 screws that hold the cover around the heater core and take off the 2 heater hoses under the hood