Question about 1997 Ford Aerostar Extended
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Inside on the passenger side under the dash you will find a large black box. It has several screws holding the cover on. You remove the core from there. It helps to take the jockey box out first. But, the hoses to the core are outside under the hood on the passenger side. These usually have C-hook clamps on them. That means you need a special tool to get the clamps off, then the hoses slide off the rubber gromet on the core from the outside, by simply pulling on them. You can find the two hoses on the far left when you are outside on the front of the vehicle. They project from a small are on the side of the heater fan housing. Remember to save the clamps, most new cores do not come with.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Working in the passenger compartment, remove the six screws attaching the heater core access cover to the plenum assembly. Remove the access cover.
Heater core and case
Depress the retainer bracket at the top of the heater core and pull the heater core rearward and down, removing it from the plenum assembly.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
if you have ac, its quite a job, take your time and label all the parts as youremove them, also make notations of the order you have removed them, i think the book calls for 5-6 hrs, hat is for someone expperienced , i have seen the dash diagrams and it did not help much,
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
The downside is of course, no heat, or warm air to defrost/defog windshield. Changing a heater core is generally a labor intensive job. If you decide to do it yourself, invest in a good manual, or online source so you know how to get it out in step by step process. I would suggest checking alldata diy site, which cost is in the upper $20 range for 1 yr access to your vehicles repair info. You can print up any sections you want to bring outside to work on the vehicle. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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