Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
Or is this a problem that should be left to a trained mechanic? I see the hoses going into the dash through the firewall and attached by spring clamps to the engine. It does not seem to be a major undertaking but I just wanted to be sure.
Replacing the heater is a challenge even to a seasoned pro, why? because of the number of components u will have to remove to access the heater core, the entire dash does'nt need to come out, but allot of the trim on it as well as the center console do, about a 4-8 hour job, a factory repair manual is not an optional thing, u need one or u will never get the core out much less a new one in with ruining it in the process.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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