Depends on the nature of the problem. If the grid lines are broken you can get a repair kit that you basically paint on after you mask it off with tape.
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
New Water heater. Faucet and sink drain line repair parts. The sinks, commodes, house and yard water supply lines. Sewer lines
Copper Tubing works very well with rubber connections just @ the motor & heater core.
faulty control valve on heater or air in the lines
It should unless the lines are cut or damaged.
The rear defroster (demister) on a Subaru Legacy is built into the window. The lines going across the back window are actually the defrosters. If the vehicle is equipped with a rear wiper, the switch for this should be located below the radio and heater controls.
Begin by removing the water supply lines from your Nissan heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. The heater core will come out.
An oil cooler extends the life of an engine by specifically keeping the oil 'cooler' that what the regular cooling system can do (which is designed to cool the entire engine). If your car has some SEEPAGE around the cooler and/or lines that is not the end of the world; but if it LEAKS repair it. Since it is external to the engine I would not expect it to be a major repair.
how to remove the lines from the heater core on a 2001 expedition
Yes the lines can leak when they rust through.
you jump in the window sills then jump on the lines
How to repair brake lines on a 91 buick
Disconnect the send and return lines from the heater core and use a hose coupling and hose clamps to connect these two lines together
most likely your heater controls run via vacuum lines. cracked or broken lines could cause this.
You will need to remove the water lines from your heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Remove the water supply lines from your 2001 heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new heater core.
Replacing the heater core on this vehicle is fairly straightforward and simple. It's surprisingly accessible. First, drain the engine coolant (from the radiator). Then, on the passenger side, remove the panel on the left side of the floorboard. It's velcroed in there. There are no screws to remove, etc. Once that piece is removed, the heater core lines coming in from the firewall are clearly visible going into the heater core. There is one plastic bracket with a single screw holding it in. Remove the screw and the plastic bracket. Next, if you follow the lines from the firewall to the heater core, you'll see two black plastic pieces where the lines connect to the heater core itself. I used a screwdriver to flip the pieces open. Be careful not to break them. Once they're off, the heater core lines simply pull out of the heater core. Be careful to have a bucket of some sort under the lines, because you will loose coolant into the footwell if you don't. After the heater core lines are pulled out, you can simply slide the heater core itself out.
I may be mistaken, but I think those red lines embedded in the rear window are part of the rear window defroster system. You might want to look in your owner's manual.
The heater/ac doors are all electric. They are not vacuum controlled.
Tie the 2 water lines that run to heater core together
If you are talking about the lines in the back window of a car, those are the heating elements for cleaning fog, frost and ice from the window. If that isn't what you meant, please clarify the quesiton.