right side firewall under right fender
Just follow coolant hoses from rear of engine to where they go through the firewall.
The heater core is on the passanger side, located behind the bower motor housing on the firewall. If the car doesn't have AC it is not a difficult project. Remove the heater hoses from the firewall and then remove the screws that attach the cover to the firewall. The heater core rests inside.
Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. The heater core will come out. You can access the heater core in your 1972 Chevrolet Corvette through the passenger side kick plate.
The separation between the engine compartment, and you, is called the firewall. The Steering shaft, from your steering wheel runs through the firewall, the heater hoses run through the firewall, the power brake vacuum unit is connected to the firewall, your ignition wires etc run through the firewall.
if it has one it is in heater hose at firewall if it has one it is in heater hose at firewall
Open the hood on your truck, look at the back firewall. You will see two water hoses sicking out. That is where your heater core is located. As for getting it out through the dash? Good luck.
I would say that your heater core is ok...it sounds like you have a bled door promlem in the dash.
The heater inlet hose on a Hyundai Accent is in the back of the engine compartment. It goes through the firewall to the heater core.
The heater core can only be accessed by removing the dash and HVAC housing.
Remove the two hoses that go through the firewall to the heater. Connect these two hoses together.
Remove the heater core water supply hoses from your 1979 Chevy Corvette. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
1968-1982 Corvette heater cores typically begin leaking due to a breakdown in materials dropping anti-freeze and coolant on your Corvette's carpet. This is not a pretty sight. Removal of the heater core takes place from inside your Corvette. First the RH side lower dash pad must be removed, then access can be gained to the inner heater box. Remove all ductwork (windshield defrost, floor duct, side ducts, etc.). The main inner heater box is supported to the firewall by 4 to 6 studs, these stud plates are riveted to the inner heater box. By removing the nut on the opposite side of the firewall the inner box can be removed from the Corvette. The heater core is mounted with straps inside the inner heater box. Once the inner box is removed from the Corvette, the heater core can be replaced and reassembly can begin. At this time it is also a good idea to replace all the seals in your Corvette's heater & air condition system. Seal kits for 68-77 & 78-82 Corvettes include ductwork seals, inner box seals, heater/ac flapper door seals and firewall mount seals for internal and external heater boxes. Replacing these seals not only improves your Corvette's heater & AC performance, but also eliminates air drafts which are common on all C3 Corvettes. From all of us at Zip-Corvette.com
You can but you still won't be able to get it out.
Generally, with that smell- the heater core has gone bad.
You can access the heater core from the passenger side kick plate in your 1964 Chevrolet Corvette. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. The heater core will come out.
The heater inlet hose on a 92 Geo Metro is located in the rear of the engine compartment. It runs through the firewall and connects to the heater.
Check for cracked vaccum line. Small line from engone compartment side through the firewall to the heater doors. The heater doors are controlled by vaccum.
Remove the water supply hoses from your 1993 Chevy Corvette heater core. Some water will drain out of the hoses and the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Check coolant level in radiator Check to see if it is "airbound" Remove heater hose to see if there is fluid running through it Bad thermostat
The heater core is located on the passenger side, inside the car, under the dash, mounted next to the firewall. Look under the hood and you will see the inlet & outlet heater hoses entering the firewall. On the other side of the firewall is the heater core.
Remove the passenger side kick plate in your 1978 Chevy Corvette. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
The heater inlet hose is on the firewall. On the 2002 Silverado it is close to the bottom of the firewall on the passenger side.