you have to take the dash out.it's a big project.
Remove the water supply hoses from your 1992 Chevy S 10 pickup truck heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new heater core.
Drain the water from your 1994 Chevrolet Blazer cooling system. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
What are the steps to change the heater core on a 1991Chevy S10 pickup ?
Probably around $500 or more if you have AC.
With proper tools and knowledge, 4 hours, 5 hours if it has ac.
If coolant is leaking inside your cabin, you have a leak in the heater core. The only repair is to replace the heater core. Most auto parts stores sell them.
Replace the radiator cap and be sure the coolant reservoir is kept full to the line, it will bleed itself.
A replacement heater core would cost aprox $35.
i have a 93 s10 blazer and had to replace the heater core recently, it is a pain, and it helps to have another person there to give you a hand, you have to take the entire dash out, remove the heater core cover, undo the brackets and undo the hoses from the heater core, the worst part is removing the dash and remembering where all the wires go if you do this job yourself i sugest taking pictures as you go along
you have to take the dash easyout to get to the heater core box . Its a two man job and is not easy.
With proper tools and knowledge, aprox 4 hours, 5 hours if it has AC.
The entire dash assembly needs to be removed to gain access to the heater core. I would recomend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle if you decide to do the job yourself.
I need a diagram of where the blts are to take out the dash to replace the heater core, there are 2 bolts that I can't find to take out , If anyone knows where they are please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
I am pretty sure it is right above passenger side floorboard, up in dash. I have changed heater cores in Ford vehicles, and all of them were above floorboard on passenger side. Locate the heater core, and it should have water lines running into and out of the core. Use wrench, and take lines off of core, buy new core, and replace lines into new core.
It is inside the heater core box behind the dash assembly. The dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
Not a fun job. If your looking to replace the heater core it requires removal of the entire dash and steering columm. I would suggest purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle to help you step by step thru the job.
you need to take apart the lower dash on the passenger side. This is not a fun job.
Big Job and even bigger if you have AC. If you intend on DIY, purchase a shop manual for that vehicle, you will need it.
It depends where you live but aprox $400 to $500 dollars parts and labor, $500 to $600 if it has AC.
Replacing the heater core in that 02 S10 will be a challenge especially if the S10 is equipped with AC. Too many steps to list here. I would strongly recommend purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle if you intend on DIY. The manual will pay for itself with this job alone.
Could you rephrase the question? is your heater core plugged up or clogged or do you want to know how to turn your heater off?