A "heater" or a "heater core"?
The easiest and quickest way to change the heater core in your 1988 GMC Jimmy is to remove the water from the cooling system. Remove the water lines from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
The heater core may be plugged or bad. You can either flush the heater core and the 2 lines running thru the firewall to the heater core or you can replace the heater core.
To replace a 1988 Dakota heater core, first discharge the A/C. Then remove the lower instrument panel before removing the heater box unit.
The dash has to be removed to gain access to the heater box. The heater box then comes out and is split open to replace the core.
Blend door probably broke inside the HVAC box.
replace the heater core if that's not it start checking fuse
A 1988 Jeep Cherokee has one oxygen sensor.
i would suggest putting a new thermistat in. it only takes about 30 minutes to do and the part is cheap
you have to remove the dash and every thing attached to it. Is it the same for a 1988 Mazda 929?
nope ive had to replace mine on my 300 and it was a normal position
An AW4 transmission from a 1991 Jeep Cherokee will not fit into a 1988 Jeep Cherokee. The transmissions in the varying years do not appear to be compatible with one another.
The easiest way to fix a 1988 Ford Bronco gas hose leak is to replace the hose. You can also patch the week in the hose.
The transmission oil line from a 1991 model of a Jeep Cherokee will fit a 1988 model of a Jeep Cherokee because the transmission oil line fits all Cherokee models that were made between 1987 and 1996.
Take the glove box out. Look in behind. Have fun -- it's not a nice job.
Drain the water from your 1988 Chevy cooling system. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. The heater core will come out.
remove steering column, pull back dash to passenger front seat, you do not have to dis-assemble entire dash panel. You can access plenum (heater box)this way.
I have a 1987 ford bronco and I changed the heater core in about 15 minutes. All you have to do is remove glove box and there is a panel with a few screws around it. and there you go.
Yes you can
you need to take apart the lower dash on the passenger side. This is not a fun job.
recheck where you were at to replace the heater core,might have accidentally un plugged something.also look into blown fuses . good luck
Driver side of firewall.
About 27.00 for a 1988 towncar heater core at autozone.