Very time consuming job. It takes what it takes.
It should be the same as my 1995 - at the firewall the heater hose nearest the drivers side is the inlet hose to the heater core
I was just quoted $700 from a mechanic who does work on the side.
When it starts to leak.
Depending on the size of the heater you can purchase them from $10-150 at your local store.
Replace Heater Core
Yes, replacing the heater core should slove the problem.
Regulators are usually not repairable. You should replace it.
2002 ford explorer xls 6 cylinder labor radiator cost
Yes, they cannot or should not ever be repaired=Have a licensed INSURED plumber Replace it=
you should only have to take loose the heater hoses where they go into the firewall and of course the heater core itself
Under air box hose .Right side of vehicle .Should have 4 heater hoses going to it and a small vaccum line .
If you have a dealer do it you should expect to spend close to or more than $2000.00, and if you do it yourself you should expect to pay about 3 days and about $500.00 or less for parts. The whole dash and console has to come out as well as some other things. This is UGLY and could be considered a good reason to buy a different vehicle.
You should probably bring it to a mechanic because it is very difficult to replace the heater core on GMC pickups.
Take out the whole dash and then the heater core should be behind the glove box on the passenger side.
The heater control valve on a 1994 Ford Explorer is located near the firewall on the passenger side of the engine compartment. My 1994 Ford Explorer has a four port valve. This means that there are four hoses connected to the valve. It is very easy to view, as it sits directly on top of the engine compartment, near the a/c drier. It is easy to access. Should take less than ten minutes to remove and replace it with an OEM part. A very fast and easy fix!
You should replace or compensate for the loss. You would expect no less.
It should be located on the evaporator case.
You will need to remove the dash and it should be somewhere under
Try looking under the dash just below the heater core box on the right hand side. The switch should be mounted below the heater case. I have a 91 Ford Explorer but the 91 - 94 Explorer's are the same.
Replace the rheostat under the passengers footwell. Should be two screws on a plastic casing pull it down and pop the rheostat out and replace.
Average cost should be around $40.00- in New York that is.
Rough estimate about $700.00
replace the carbon canister