Heater Cores and Blower Fans

What would the approximate cost of replacing the heater core and the heater core hose be at a garage for a 1999 Taurus?

464748

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-09-13 18:02:35
2011-09-13 18:02:35

As I have been told ,it will cost between 5 &7 hundred.whole dash removal is necessary.Major pain in the rear

~it DOES cost anywhere between those ranges listed above. depends on year your car is, and what shop you take it to. i was told 500 for my car, just in labor alone. now, if you can not afford it right this minute, as i can't even figure out the last bolts remaining to getit off (do-it-yourself is a pain!) and since we really don't need heaters right this minute anyways because summr's just around the corner, you are better off temperarily taking the hoses that connect to the heater core on the firewall off, and connecting them together with a female to female adapter you can find at any parts store. make sure there is a hole in the middle of the peice so water can continue to circulate through the car. and tap off the exposed ends of the heater core. your car will not run so bad as it does with a bad heater core hooked up. remember, it is only a temperary fix. do no continue to drive your car like that for very long. but having it hooked up and driving is worse off because it causes overheating. be careful about this. it will always minimize the anti-freeze smoke commig out of the dash if the heater core is cracked.

Just got a quote for $800 for a 1997 Taurus. Labor intensive process as the dash has to be removed to get to the core.

001
🙏
0
🤨
0
😮
0
😂
0

Related Questions


Probably around $400. I had a radiator replaced for that much so I think a heater core would be maybe a bit less.

This is not easy. Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM

The Mr. Heater Propane Garage Heater is a very safe model

Replacing heater core on a 2001 chevy,cavaliar.

$400 to $500 or more if the vehicle has AC, would be my guess.

You know the heater hose on a vehicle needs replacing when it beings to swell and soften. The heater hose runs from the intake manifold to the heater core.

I believe the procedures are either covered, or linked to the "Related Question" below regarding replacing the heater core - which is deep down inside the dash.

The heater switch is located in the middle of the car in the 1998 Ford Taurus. It is either above or below the radio.?æ

The Taurus does not have a heater control valve. Coolant flows through the core at all times. Be sure to review the "Related Question" below for much more about Taurus temperature controls

Something must not have went back together correctly when replacing the heater core. Looks like someone has to do the job over again.

Our garage is too cold in the winter and we'd like to get a small portable heater. Where can we purchase a propane heater?

if you have already replaced the thermostat ,try replacing the heating core . it's located under the passanger side dash . There are a number of other things to investigate before going to the major under-taking of the heater core. See "Related Questions" below for a comprehensive trouble-shooting guide to Taurus/Sable heating problems.

Is there any difference in replacing the heater core in the 2002 as opposed to an earlier model such as the 1997 ?...or is it pretty much the same job ?

If someone needs information about replacing a caravan heater, can be found on the Camping and Caravnning Club website, a website dedicated to caravans.

why is my '99 ford taurus making a knock noise and smoking from under the radator

have you checked the fuses? if so, maybe the heater core needs replacing

push it into a heated garage or use a space heater on it.

fixing a heater core requires replacing heater core not knowing what vehicle you are asking about, that's all the information i can give

It sounds like you have a bad heater core. I would recommend replacing it.

The plumbing in my house needs replacing. Which is the best hot water heater on the market?


Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.