It is in the fire wall behind the heater box.
There isn't a block heater, unless the previous owner installed one.
Normaly it would be expensive to have a mechanic fix it because they normally charge you per 1/2 hour or per hour, but there are some out there that can do the job with out charging you an arm and a leg.
Get a manual on your car and do the job correctly.
Behind A/C and heater control panel, in center console.
It's part of the heater core assembly so it's behind your glove box
The heater core is located behind the dash inside the heater core box with two ports, an inlet and an outlet port protruding through the firewall into the engine compartment.
you should hire a contractor to inspect your water heater. it's probably very expensive to fix and you can't fix the broken water heater yourself. too bad.
how do you change a heater core in a 95 eclipse 2.0L
your heater will be cold, or your engine can over heat. your car can take a long time to heat up. Your inside heater will be cool, or your engine temp. will over heat.
Not exactly sure with the eclipse most vehicles are inline with the heater hose, and on or near the firewall
No it is not expensive
You need to remove the dash panel. It will allow you to get access to many connectors and it will be easier to remove the harness.
When you want to know when your hot water heater is broken, simply run your faucet and test the water. If it's cold, the heater is broken.
Trouble code P0135 means:O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
The block heater cord, on your Mitsubishi Outlander, is located in front of the radiator. The cord can be accessed through the front grill.
A broken fan heater can not work and A FORD Foucs does not run
Possibly a cracked or broken heater core. If the engine is over heating, somethings wrong with the cooling system and that's why your a/c and heat won't work.
If you have a plugged AC condensation drain, clear water will back up and end up on the passenger floor. If the heater core is leaking engine coolant you will have engine coolant end up on the passenger floor.
If the air conditioner in a Mitsubishi Legnum is not working, there could be a blown fuse. There could also be a loose cable, or a problem with the heater motor.
Take it to a mechanic.
the heater core for a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant is located behind the fire wall under the dashbord in the center the heater core for a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant is located behind the fire wall under the dashbord in the center
Yes. The part usually isn't expensive. Its the labor that is expensive
broken heater motor but where is heater motor inside from?
You don't. It's a major process, you have to remove the entire dash including the steering wheel, center counsel, air bags. everything. To remove the heater hoses from the fire wall are a headache. And to find a Heater Core is a another chore. I replaced the heater core in my 96 Eclipse. I took me 2 month's to find a heater core, the local parts stores could not get one in a timley matter. I had to order it from a dealer in New Jersey. I live in New Mexico. You sell the car and take a loss if you need to. The whole process takes about 2 full days.