To change out the heater-core in a 1986 F-150, you must access the old heater-core through the glove box. You must remove the glove box by removing the screws that hold it in. Once this is accomplished, you must loosen the clamps on the hoses that are connected to the old heater-core unit. Then remove the hoses from the old heater-core and slide the old heater-core out through the opening where the glove box use to be. Install the new one using these instructions in reverse! Presto...installed! Mechanic Man
to changing the Heater CoreBasically you pop the hood and to the very back left corner, you will see two hoses going into a box looking thing against the firewall. You will see numerous bolts and screws. You must tear that apart to get to the heater core. First step is unclamping the two hoses. Once you've done that and gotten to the heater core its just like changing a radiator except smaller. You have to undo from the supports and hoses etc.... Somewhat simple, however lengthy and tedious. (May get really frustrating!)
Detach the screw that attaches the heater duct on a Chevy Cavalier and remove the heater core. Once this is done you can replace the faulty heater core with a functional one.
No, it is commonly done when heater core goes south.
The heater core can be removed from a 2001 Chrysler Sebring by taking it off its mounting. This is done by removing the dash.
I'm not saying it can't be done successfully, but almost any procedure that truly unclogs a heater core will also cause it to leak.
in the heater box behind the dash on the passenger side (right side) the dash has to come out and the ac must be evacuated to remove this heater core if you have never done it it is not a quick job i have done many of these and it takes several hours be sure the heater core must be removed to fix your problem befor starting
The heater core is in the dash , you have to take the steering wheel off, steering colum off, dash has to come out , the heater core is only 40.00 but buy the time you get the whole job done it's about 400.00
the heater core is located behind the dash on the passenger side of the cab. much of the dash has to be removed and shifted to get to the box that houses the heater core. the hoses that supply coolant to the heater core must be remove via the engine bay. it is somewhat of a lengthy process, but can be done with patience and time.
its right behide the glove box i have done it befor i have pics,
You must go under the hood as well as inside to get the heater core removed and replaced. I just did mime.
you have to remove the dash and steering column then the heater box I have done many and its at least 1.5 days to do.
You first have to drain the radiator, then you diconnect the heater hoses to your heater core .in the engine compartment. Then you remove the cover off the heater core assembly under the passenger side , under the glove box. Then you take straps off the heater core off. and replace . Install every thing you removed previously and refill your radiator and your done.