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How to replace heater core in 1995 chevy beretta what parts of the dash do i need to take off

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what procedure is necessary for removal and replacement of a heater core in a 96/97 gmc jimmy

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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SOURCE: heater core broken

All of it don't try this at home unless you are experienced.

  1. Disable the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system, refer to Disabling the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) System. See: Body and Frame\Interior Moulding / Trim\Air Bag(s) Arming and Disarming\Service and Repair
  2. Negative battery cable.
  3. Drain cooling system.
  4. Raise vehicle.
  5. Drain tube from heater case.
  6. Heater hoses from heater core.
  7. Lower vehicle.
  8. Right and left sound insulators.
  9. Steering column opening filler.
  10. Floor air outlet duct.
  11. Heater core cover.
  12. Heater core mounting clamps and remove heater core.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I replace a 1995 Chevy truck heater core, 1500, 2WD, 5.7L

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800bfedd
hope this helps!

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to replace the heater core in a 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan SE

1991-95 Models

  1. Disable the air bag system by disconnecting the negative battery cable.
  2. Have the system discharged by a qualified professional mechanic using an approved recovery/recycling machine.
  3. Drain the cooling system.
  4. Remove the steering column cover and left and right side under panel silencers.
  5. Remove the center bezel by unclipping it from the instrument panel.
  6. Remove the accessory switch carrier and the heater/air conditioning control head.
  7. Remove storage bin and lower right instrument panel.
  8. Disconnect the blower motor lead under the right side of the instrument panel.
  9. Remove the right side 40-way connector wiring bracket.
  10. Remove the lower right reinforcement, body computer bracket and mid-to-lower reinforcement as an assembly.
  11. Disconnect the vacuum lines at the brake booster and water valve.
  12. Clamp off the heater hoses near the heater core and remove the hoses from the core tubes. Plug the hose ends and the core tubes to prevent spillage of coolant.
  13. If equipped with air conditioning, remove the H-valve and condensation tube.
  14. Disconnect the temperature control cable and vacuum harness at the connection at the top of the unit.
  15. Remove the retaining nuts from the package mounting studs at the firewall. Disconnect the hanger strap from the package and rotate it aside.

To install:
  1. Remove the temperature control door from the unit and clean the unit out with solvent. Lubricate the lower pivot rod and its well and install. Wrap the heater core and/or evaporator with foam tape and place in position. Secure with the screws.
  2. Assemble the unit, making sure all vacuum tubes are properly routed.
  3. Install the assembly to the vehicle and connect the vacuum harness. Install the nuts to the firewall and install the condensation tube. Fold the carpeting back into position.
  4. Connect the hanger strap from the package and rotate it aside. Install the 2 brackets supporting the lower edge of the heater housing. Connect the blower motor wiring, resistor wiring and the temperature control cable.
  5. Install the retaining screws from the right side to the steering column. Install the instrument panel trim covering and reinforcement.
  6. Assemble the unit, making sure all vacuum tubes are properly routed.
  7. Install the assembly to the vehicle and connect the vacuum harness. Install the nuts to the firewall and install the condensation tube. Fold the carpeting back into position.
  8. Connect the hanger strap from the package and rotate it aside. Connect the blower motor wiring and temperature control cable.
  9. Install the lower right reinforcement, body computer bracket and mid-to-lower reinforcement as an assembly.
  10. Install the right side 40-way connector wiring bracket.
  11. Install the lower right instrument panel and storage bin.
  12. Install the heater/air conditioning control head and accessory switch carrier.
  13. Install the center bezel to the instrument panel.
  14. Install the under panel silencers and steering column cover.
  15. Install the vacuum lines at the brake booster and water valve.
  16. Connect the heater hoses to the core tubes.
  17. Using new gaskets, install the H-valve and connect the refrigerant lines. Install the condensation tube.
  18. Have the system evacuated and recharged by a qualified professional mechanic, utilizing the proper equipment. Add 2 fl. oz. (59 ml) of refrigerant oil during the recharge. Fill the cooling system.
  19. Perform the Air Bag System Check procedures outlined in this section before connecting the negative battery cable.
  20. Connect the negative battery cable and check the entire climate control system for proper operation and leaks.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace a heater core in a 1994 chevy 1500

As with all vehicles it seems the first part that they build around is the heater core. It is under the dash above the floor housed in a black plastic sealed box. Sealed with goop. Locate that box and start removing everything around it that is peventing taking the cover off. Of course disconnect the heater hoses under the hood a thefirewall.

Warning it is never as easy as it sounds.

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See Figures 1, 2 and 3
  1. Properly disable the SIR system, as outlined earlier in this section.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Drain the cooling system into a suitable container.
  4. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  5. Disconnect the drain tube from the heater case.
  6. Detach the heater hoses from the heater core.
  7. Carefully lower the vehicle.
  8. Remove the right and left sound insulators.
  9. Remove the steering column opening filler.
  10. Remove the floor air outlet duct.
  11. Remove the heater core cover.
  12. Unfasten the heater core mounting clamps, then remove the heater core from the vehicle.
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Fig. 1: The heater core is located in the passenger's side footwell, below the glove compartment

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Fig. 2: Exploded view of the heater core and related components (1 of 2) - 1994-96 vehicles

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Fig. 3: Component list for the heater core and related system components (2 of 2) - 1994-96 vehicles

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  10. Connect the negative battery cable.
  11. Enable the SIR system, as outlined earlier in this section.
  12. Connect the negative battery cable, then start the engine and check for coolant leaks. Check the coolant level, and add if necessary.
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  1. Disable the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system, refer to Disabling the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) System. See: Body and Frame\Interior Moulding / Trim\Air Bag(s) Arming and Disarming\Service and Repair
  2. Negative battery cable.
  3. Drain cooling system.
  4. Raise vehicle.
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  6. Heater hoses from heater core.
  7. Lower vehicle.
  8. Right and left sound insulators.
  9. Steering column opening filler.
  10. Floor air outlet duct.
  11. Heater core cover.
  12. Heater core mounting clamps and remove heater core.

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