It's located in the center of the front floorboard way up in front. If you have carpet there pull it down and there are several bolts the you will need to take off. Once you get them off and pull the plastic case off you will be able to see the heater core. I think there is a strap that holds it on in there just take it off and you should have two hoses coming off the heater core, take them off and hook them up to the new one and finish up.
Drain the water from your 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier cooling system. Remove the water supply hoses from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new heater core.
Here is a website that helped my change the heater core on my 94 bravada on around 12/15/05: http://www.sytyarchives.com/howto/viewarticle.php?article_name=heater_core.php&dir=climate_controls
You cannot fix or repair a heater core you must replace the complete unit with a new one...........
Disconnect them from heater core and with a coupling and 2 hose clamps tie them together
I think they are just called heater hoses.
your heater core is bad
Disconnect the heater lines going into the fire wall from under the hood. Remove the panels from under the dash. At this point you should be able to remove the heater cover and remove the heater core.
Above the right front passingers feet.
Lift up the vehicle and support it with jack stands and remove the two heater hose near the firewall. The heater core is in the center inside the vehicle and once you have removed the left and right covers you then need to remove the lower panel that the heater core is in and remember to pull the core back straight..........
I would like to have a dimgram to show me how to put the hater core out and in on my 94 Pontiac Bonneville
all i can tell you is that if you got that model that comes out thru the inside of the car"YOU GOT TO TAKE OFF THE WHOLE DASHBOARD" and the bad heater core come out thru the glove box. but if you got the kind that i had (94 cartier) it came out under the hood,so a tech would have to let you know depending on what size the heater core is.
Take off glovebox, undo computer by taking plugs out, pull out, take old freon out and put new in.
The classic symptoms of a leaking heater core. Replacing the heater core requires removing the complete dash assembly.
Front heater core is in the dash, the rear heater core is all the way in the back of the vehicle. If you have steam coming out of the dash vents, the front HC is leaking. If you have steam coming out of the rear heater vents, then the rear core is leaking.
Figure 41: Heater Assembly Component ViewHEATER CORE REPLACEMENTRemove Or DisconnectEngine coolant.Heater hoses.Refer to "Heater Hose". See: Heater Hose ReplacementInstrument panel.Refer to "Dash Board" under Body and Frame / Interior Trim. See: Body and Frame\Interior Moulding / Trim\Dashboard / Instrument PanelRear case screws. (88)Rear case. (96)Screws. (94)Straps. (93)Heater core. (92)Seals. (89 & 90)Install Or ConnectSeals. (89 & 90)Heater core. (92)Straps. (93)Screws. (94)Rear case. (96)Rear case screws. (88)Instrument panel.Heater hoses.Engine coolant.Check the system for leaks.
Hi Do you mean heater coil, or heater CORE? Im am going to try one tomorrow or the next day. By the manual it does not seem too bad, but you may need a special tool to disconnect the heater hose from the core.
Most likely your heater core has gone bad.
It is called a Heater Core not Cord. It is located inside the vehicle mounted on the firewall on the passenger side. It is buried behind the dash components. If you raise the hood and look on the firewall, passenger side, you will see the inlet and outlet coolant hoses connected to the Heater Core.
Doesn't matter which way the water flows. The heater core is just a tube with fins and water can flow either direction.
remove panel cover in middle of car under dash where the heater core hoses are at that go through the firewall under the hood, this is where the heater core will be located at inside the car start removing screws, until covers come off remove the hoses first though i have to replace the heater core in a 93 Bonneville tomorrow good luck
You have to remove the upper headers and it should be there toward the radiator and the fuel rail
Check your thermostat first, if that's OK then your heater core is likely bad
From where I can get the block heater cord for 94 Acclaim?
Yes. If the thermostat is not staying closed long enough for the engine to warm up adequately, you will not get heated coolant into the heater core and the heater will not blow warm air. Change the thermostat for a 195 and you should get plenty of heat. It could also be as simple as not having enough coolant. worst case senerio would be a bad heater core.
The heatercore is located on the passenger side under the dash. It is located on the left side of the blower fan. Remove the heater core housing which consists of 5-6 screws. Disconnect the two radiator lines under the hood that run into the firewall. There should only be one bracket holding the heater core in the housing. Remove and replace the heater core in the opposite order. Have a good one.