behind the dash on the passenger side. Not worth the hassle -- there are forums that teach you to change your air compressor for the AC into an air compressor - fill tires, rafts, beds etc! Google it!
The heater core is inside the hvac housing under the dash.
The heater core is inside the hvac housing behind the dash.
On a 1998 Ford Ranger : The evaporator core for the air conditioning system is inside the plastic case ( that also holds the heater core ) located behind and below the glove compartment in the dash on the passenger side
no , the heater core is for your heat , the evaporator core is for your air conditioning ( cooling )
Remove the dash and replace the evaporator...you might as well replace the heater core while your in there. Its a big job...but can be done a lot cheaper than bringing it to a mechanic
The Haynes Jeep Cherokee 1984 - 1996 book has 7 different diagrams which show how to do that repair.
The expansion valve is located in the lines connecting the evaporator core which is located inside the evaporator housing behind the dash and the glove box.
You have to remove the dash and HVAC housing to access the heater core. how would i do that
between 6 and 8 hours
Well I'm no sure if it is the same thing as the evaporator core but i just had all that stuff replaced on my 98 gr. Cherokee. The dash had to be taken out and the parts were close to 200$ labor was another 350$..good luck hope ya get a better deal than i did!
Behind / below the glove compartment , inside the plastic box with the heater core
Its located in a black box on firewall in engine compartment
I'm assuming you're asking about the front evaporator core... The core is located behind the instrument panel. You have to remove the entire instrument panel to get to it. Once the instrument panel is removed you will need to remove the HVAC unit and then disassemble the unit, replace the core and reassemble everything in reverse order.
no! sensor is the one senses the cooling of the air condition while the evaporator core is the lid of the sensor
Do you live in an area that you need your heater?
Check the vacuum operated valve at the hose going to the heater core.
Heater core may be defective
No, the entire dash has to be removed.
Passenger side under the dash board. That big black box which routes all of the air to the vents has to be removed.
It's located under the dash where the blower id located.
Easiest way: There isn't one. Remove whole dashboard.Upper passenger floorboard the core is located. Remove the in and out hoses in the engine compartment. Once dash is removed, which is a pain. The heater core will be exposed for removal.