Any automotive work really depends on the amount of automotive knowledge the individual performing the service possesses. From what I've seen, heater cores are a real pain to change out as most vehicles you have to remove the dash just to get to them. In this case, you have to remove the entire dash, the steering column, glove compartment, vaccum hoses, speedometer cable, a multitude of electrical connections...more hoses, plug some hoses, remove some ducts...it just goes on and on. You're looking at atleast a full day-2 days work assuming you are somewhat knowledged in working on a vehicle and assuming you follow the proper removal procedures and label the connections so you don't forget what connects where.
it should, unless there was a major body style change between the 2 years.
change out the heater core
Instualation of a heater core on a 1999 Ford Explorer V6, how do you install the heater core.
LOTS - it is virtually inaccessible .
Deep under the dash next to heater core
Probably have a leak in the heater core>
How do i change the heater core on a 1997 ford e150
5.0 hours..... 5.5 hours with a center console. Add 1.0 hour for heater hoses... This is for a 2004 model...
heater core is in back of the glove box
your heater core is leaking i would replace it.
I am very sorry. I was under the impression that if I go to the address bar and ask a question. The answer would be right forecoming. I only asked how to replace the heater core on a 2000 ford taurus. And received only run-arounds.
Plugged heater core. Try flushing it.