97 Chrysler town & country evaporator bolts location for removal
If it's for the front evaporator the box is underneath the dash board. You have to completely remove the dashboard in order to remove the evaporator case on a 1996 Town & Country.
Take out entire dash. Remove a/c unit, disasemble unit. Pull out evap. core.
You need a refridgerant recovery machine to remove any refrigerant. The evaporator is behind the dashboard, so the whole dashboard/center console needs to be removed. After replacing, using the a/c machine place the system in a vacuum to check for leaks and if ok, recharge/add pag oil.
remove glove box. disconnect harnesses and remove evaporator and thermostat is behind it. remove glove box. disconnect harnesses and remove evaporator and thermostat is behind it.
Remove ALL dashboard screwscarefuly remove the dashboard,andyou will see were the bulbs are located,replace any/and/or/allthe bulbs needed,and reverse theprocedure to reinstall ! That's it !
To remove the dashboard and replace the bulb on a 51 Plate Clio, first remove the two screws on the trim panel. Then remove the instrument cluster and gently pull off the bulb. Replace with new.?æ?æ
The 2003 Mercedes-Benz dashboard has four screws to hold it in place. Remove the screws and the dashboard will come off.
remove the complete dashboard and then replace it
you have to remove the cover of the dashboard to replace the light bulbs
The 1998 Chrysler Town and Country dashboard is held in place with 8 retaining clips. Remove the retaining clips, to remove the dashboard.
Remove the instrument cluster then replace the bulbs. = =
remove dashboard and replace 2 bulbs behind it
The evaporator in the '03 Silverado is under the dash on the passenger side. Unfortunately to replace it, you have to remove the front dash. This is probably one where you will need to take it into the shop.
You wont need to remove the complete dash but you will need to loosen it up so that it can be rolled out from the bottom, its a very large job and time consuming... The book time to replace the evaporator including recharging is 10.4 hours.......
The entire, and I mean ENTIRE front dash has to come out to remove the heater box which then must be disassembled in order to replace the evaporator or heater core. Not a job for the feint of heart.
Remove the entire dashboard assembly Quite the job, probably would not recommend for do-it-yourselfers
Remove the complete dashboard. This is NOT an easy thing to do! It is back there in the center behind the radio and passenger airbag.
You have to remove the whole dashboard and then the speaker should be exposed, then just remove it.
remove the entire dashboard.
To replace the dashboard lights on the 1997 F-150, you will first need to remove the dash bezel and dash cover in order to access the lights. Then, remove the instrument panel cover below the bezel and remove the burned out lights. Replace the lights and add the cover, dash cover, and bezel back to the dashboard.
To remove and replace the heater core on the 1987 Nissan 300ZX with air, begin by removing the dashboard totally. This means the radio panel and the instrument cluster. Remove all air ducts and access the heater core. Remove the bolts holding the core and replace it with a new core. Then replace the dashboard and instrument panel.
To remove the evaporator core on a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville, you will need to remove the dashboard. An alternative method is to access the core underneath the hood. The core can be found at the passenger side near the strut tower. Once the area is accessed, you will need to remove some of the firewall to properly remove the core.
Remove the instrument bezel.
No, you do not have to remove the engine to replace a radiator hose.No, you do not have to remove the engine to replace a radiator hose.