Question about 2006 Pontiac Vibe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pontiac Fiero Heater Core
no its actually really easy i just did it about 3 weeks ago. right under the dash on the passenger side the is a black box unscrew the cover on the side of it and the heater core is right there then you have to disconnect the hoses under the hood which might be the hardest part after that unbolt the straps holding the heater core on. I keep the straps on till i get the hoses off because then the heater core don't move when you are trying to get the hoses off. Then all you have to do is put it back together.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
you just have to pull on it a bit, there is clips behind it. they are a little tricky so be careful, but ou have to use a bit of force
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
ram a sharp chissel or pointed head centre punch through the core and prise it out .,than tap the new one in place ,,,there u go bobs ure uncle
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Remove the Glove box. You will then have access to the Blower unit. There are 3 screws that are holding the blow unit in place. You will need a Phillips screw driver and a 1/4 socket. Once you have located the unit remove the 3 screws and the unit will fall straight down. Unplug the wire harness and then reinsert the new Blower Motor. If you purchase an original GM part this makes life much easier, you just screw the 3 screws back into the holes and then plug the wire harness back in and reinstall the glove box. If you use an aftermaket part you will need to do some wire splicing to make it work but it is a 10 to 20 minute job depending on which part you decide to replace the Blower with.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Nope, you just need the change the heater resistor pack. This is the part that controls the fan speed and it is fairly common that it burns up and only works on high. Usually the resistor pack is located behind the glove box in the cabin of the vehicule, either in the heater motor assembly or somewhere in a vent duct. The second option is the most common, as most companies prefer putting it in the duct instead of in the moto assembly cause it makes it faster to change, and therefore costs them less man hours to change it if it breaks under warranty.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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