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What is the labor hours to replace a heater core on a 2002 chev mabilu

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The blower motor location can change from year-to-year. It can also change with the trim level of the vehicle. A vehicle that has front and rear climate controls may be configured differently than a vehicle that has front controls only. The following are two different repair procedures. One is for blower motors located and accessed in the engine compartment, the other is for blower motors mounted inside the vehicle.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Engine Compartment Mounted

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the engine air cleaner assembly.
  3. If necessary for clearance, remove the left hand wiper arm linkage.
  4. Detach the wire harness connector from the blower motor.
  5. Disconnect the motor cooling hose.
  6. Remove the blower motor assembly retaining screws
  7. Carefully pull the blower motor assembly out from the firewall.

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Well first, if your talking about the radiator hoses when you say the bottom hose is warm and the top is cold, that would suggest to me a stuck thermostat. If not, then the heater core is located inside the truck under the dash. You can follow the heater hoses under the hood to the firewall and that will tell you where, under the dash the core is located. It is kind of a big job, as all the under dash covers will need to come out as well as the glove box. The heater core is inside the heater box, a black plastic box that will also need to be removed. It is important to note that when you are reinstalling the heater box after you change the core, it must be completely sealed, either with RTV or two sided insulating tape.

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This is a major job. Accessing the HVAC module where the heater core resides requires discharging the A/C system, removing the dashboard, steering column, and heater box. The labor is just over 6 hours. Add in the cost of coolant and refrigerant and you've got a big bill coming....and unfortunately, one that most DIYers can't take on by themselves. Labor rates run $80.00 - $100.00 hour depending on shop. Some services can be packaged to save money, such as the recover-recharge A/C system, drain/refill cooling system. Be careful, however, because shops use a industy-standard book rate for these jobs to determine hours to charge. The hours listed for this job should include the coolant drain/refill and A/C discharge/recharge labor if they are required. If the shop offers you package prices, ensure that they are adjusting labor time for the core R/R and not double-billing you on the labor for those package items.

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The labor time to replace the heater core is 5.5 hours if equipped with a center console, and 5.0 hours without. Multiply this by the shops hourly rate and you have the labor time. Ex: 5.0 x $100.00 per hr. = $500 labor plus parts. The heater core will be approx. $100.00 (Ford # F80Z-18476-AA) and coolant will be approx. $25.00. Labor times will vary depending on the labor book but should not vary by more than 1/2 hour. Sometimes a coolant flush and thermostat replacement may be recommended. Flushing can run $100 and a thermostat should cost no more than $25.00 plus .8 hours.

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Most Jeeps require removal of the dash board to accomlish a heater core replacement. It isn,t really hard to do, but is a hundred times more difficult if you don't have access to A/C evac/recharge equipment. The service manuals give step-by-step instructions, usually with pictures, on how to do this. If you want GOOD, RELIABLE information on your particuler model, you can purchase a one year, single vehicle subscription of AllData for $26.95. Click the link below to go to AllData.

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It's not free, but it is the same information used by professional shops and costs a lot less than paying shop labor. (The usual labor time for replacing heater cores in most Jeeps is 6 to 7 hours.)

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