Well, I just had mine replaced. I don't know everything taken apart...but I do know the whole dash had to be disassembled. My son took it all apart and rerouted it so I could drive it until I could get it fixed. Had car repair shop fix it and it cost me $225.00. While he was fixing that..he found out the water pump was ready to go. That cost me $704.74. But even tho the car is 10 years old it's a great car and was worth the money it took to put in it.
tear the whole car apart
The heater core in a 1994 Mazda MPV is under the dash on the passenger side. The dash has to be taken apart to change out the heater core.
You have to go through the glove box, there is a diagram in Chilton manual or on google images on how to take it apart.
You have to take half the car apart to replace the heater core
Has "goofy" clip holding it to the heater core good luck getting the clips apart without breaking them. New hose comes with new clips so it's ok to break them
Take it to a garage it's a big job cost me $300. to get it done have to tear half the motor apart. Idiot GM does it on purpose! Murray
The problem is the blend door, not the heater core. Any mechanic worth anything should have checked and replaced the blend doors while it was apart to replace the heater core. Check heatertreater.net for diagnostic information and some real help.
I think you mean the heater CORE! Just start pulling apart the right side of the dash! Take out the glove box and the fan etc! Take the hoses lose from under the hood! Good luck!
take the dash apart and remove nessesary items to replace heater core
you usually have to take apart the entire dash to get to it
the heater is underneath the dash board you have to take apart a lot of stuff to take it out. what kind of engine air leak.
The only bulb I can think of for an air conditioner is for the on/off indicator light. They use a special tiny tiny bulb only available through your Subaru dealer and you have to take the heater controls apart. This involves taking much of the console apart and the cables that come from the heater control tend to spring their clips loose and may cause the heater controls to stop working. If you can live with it not working that would be my advice. If you decide to change the bulb be prepared to spend at least an entire afternoon and keep the kids away if you don't want them to hear bad language.
it is located behind the dash. an you have to take the dash apart to get to it
it's not that hard you just need to have pictures to guide you through it. i did my wife's heater core in 87 t-bird. Take the entire console out of the car to facilitate removal of nearly all of the dash Most of the dash will have to come apart to change heater core Also the air ducts air box as affected Better just to bypass the bad core under the hood to return the hot water back to the engine and just leave the bad heater core alone Use a shop vac to suck remaining water from the bad heater core At a shop the change of the heater core costs from 300 to 400 dollars because of all of the labor
* People change. * People move apart. * People's needs change. * People die and move apart permanently.
It sounds like the mounting bolt has pulled through. If you hear the motor, you will only have to remount the motor. Take the door apart and find a large washer to put on the bolt to keep it from pulling through the motor mount. I have had to do this on 2 of my windows so far.
it fell apart because the government changed.
Actually there is no real easy way, you must pick apart the complete dash to R/R correctly...if you shortcut you might just spring a leak!
I would not change the ending.
There are two hoses going to the heater core. Passenger side of the firewall in the engine compartment. Two 3/4 inch hoses about 3 inches apart.
Ok in a 93 Beretta the heater core is located behind your stero, best thing to do is to take the entire dash apart unless you like to work in small places. Take the black cover off take the old heater core out and then put the new one is make sure all the clamps are good and tight. A word of advice DONT BUT OREILLY AUTO PARTS! I bout a heater core from them a 1 1/2 ago and it went out on me already again.
How yo take a heater core out of 2002 lincoln navigator with 5.8 engine and can you do it without removing inside dashboard?
Take it apart to determine the cause. Only then you will be able to fix it.
camaro* and its under the passenger side dashboard. you have to take the entire dash apart to get to it