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Where is the heater core on a 1999 e150 van located v8 engine?

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2011-09-13 10:51:19
2011-09-13 10:51:19

This may or may not help. I am working on 98 at the moment. I have the heater core right in front of me. Passenger side, under the dash board, behind a plastic panel that is held in place with 8 screws. I can see it but I cannot get is out. Still working on it.

I have the exact 99 e150 v8 van. and I'm working on replacing my heater core now. the core is located as stated above. i had to remove several pieces of metal under the dash to get the heat core cover off. A top screw on the cover was particularly hard to remove.

next, the core has two connections through the firewall to rubber heater hoses. After having taken the core out, in retrospect I suggest you just cut these connections any way you can - even cutting the heater hose line (obviously close to factory coupler end). For 2 reasons; I found it nearly impossible to back the heater core out from the firewall with the factory couplers still on the ends.. AND the two ends are of no reuse to you any how.

The reason being any replacement heater core you use - a Ford part of otherwise isn't going to have the factory style clips on the two female lines that connect to the rubber heater hose lines. (one is 5/8" and the other 3/4"). You can buy a coupler kit from Ford along with their replacement heater core. Same for other OEM solutions (like from Rockauto), who will sell you a couple quick connect female couplers.

Or you can use good quality hose clamps.

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