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SOURCE: removing/replacing a 2000 kia sportage 4x4 4 dr heater core

The heater is located under the dash board to the right and down from the radio. To remove and replace it you will have to remove the dash board down to the fire wall. Also, you will have to disconnect two hoses that connect up to it from the engine compartment. These are located in the back of the engine and down on the firewall about midway. Once you remove the dash board and locate the heater core you will be able to see the location of these two hoses. Removing the heater core is time consuming but it will save you about 700 dollars.

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Rule of thumb...unless you get a better answer:  look for a couple of wires on a small plate that is in the airflow of the fan on the heater/ac unit.  The resistor pack is always air cooled by the fan.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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I NEED DIOGRAM FOR A 2001 KIA SPORTAGE HEATER CORE

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tie both hoses together

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SOURCE: the easiest way to pull the heater core from a kia sportage-2000

There is no real easy way to do it....not like the older cars..

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

    CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait for at least 10 minutes for the air bag module to deplete its stored energy.

    1. Remove the driver’s side air bag and steering wheel by performing the following procedure:
    2. Position the front wheels in the straight-ahead position.
  2. Remove the 4 steering wheel-to-air bag module bolts.
  3. Carefully, lift the air bag module and disconnect the electrical connector.

    CAUTION Place the air bag module in a safe location with the front facing upward.

  4. Remove the steering wheel-to-steering column nut.

    NOTE If may be necessary to mark the steering wheel to steering column alignment.

  5. Using a steering wheel puller, press the steering wheel from the steering column.
  6. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
  7. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    1. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedure:
    2. Remove both the rear and front consoles.
    3. Remove the knee bolster assembly.
    4. Remove the “T” bar section.
    5. Remove the relay bracket.
    6. Remove the turn signal assembly and the upper/lower steering column covers.
    7. Remove the hood release handle lockscrew, the hood release handle and the cable assembly nut.
    8. Remove the left side front pillar trim and the lower left side cover.
    9. Remove the 2 left side of the “T” bar-to-chassis bolts.
    10. At the left side of the instrument panel, remove the 3 instrument panel-to-chassis bolts.
    11. Remove the ashtray.
    12. Remove the center panel trim.
    13. Remove the ventilation control panel.
    14. At the center of the windshield next to the windshield, remove the cap and the mounting bolt.
    15. " Remove the right side front pillar trim and the lower right side cover.
    16. Remove the 2 right side of the “T” bar-to-chassis bolts.
    17. At the right side of the instrument panel, remove the 3 instrument panel-to-chassis bolts.
    18. Remove the steering column-to-instrument panel bolts and lower the steering column.
    19. Disconnect the instrument panel electrical connectors.
    20. Remove the instrument panel.
    1. Remove the blower/evaporator housing by performing the following procedure:
    2. Disconnect the air conditioning refrigerant lines from the evaporator core and discard the gaskets. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
  8. Disconnect the fresh air control cable from the blower/evaporator housing inlet duct.
  9. Disconnect the 5 connectors from the bottom of the blower/evaporator housing.
  10. Move the carpeting from the bulkhead to gain access to the hole cover plate.
  11. Remove the 4 hole cover plate nuts and the plate.
  12. Remove the 2 upper blower/evaporator housing bolts.
  13. Remove the 2 lower blower/evaporator housing-to-bulkhead nuts.
  14. Remove the blower/evaporator housing.
  15. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core.
  16. Remove the temperature control cable from the heater housing.
  17. Remove the 2 lower heater housing nuts and the upper heater housing-to-bulkhead nut.
  18. Remove the heater housing.
    1. Disassemble the heater housing by performing the following procedure:
    2. Remove the seal from the heater core tube connections.
    • Remove the vent seal.
    • Remove the 2 wiring harness-to-heater servo screws.
    • Remove the 8 heater housing clips located on the servo side (left side).
    • Remove the left side of the heater housing.
    • Remove the 6 heater housing assembly clips.
    • Remove the 4 heater core tube mounting bracket screws and the bracket.
    • Remove the 8 remaining heater housing clips and disassemble the housings.
    • Remove the heater core from the housing.

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    Actually it does make sense. All you need to bypass the heater core is a section of pipe that can be used to connect the Heater core Supply and return lines together. All they actually do is make a loop using the heater core as the turnaround. This is normally 5/8 hose and any metal pipe section can be used as long as the hose fits on it and you can put a water clamp on it to hold it in place. In fact, if you have a control valve on your heater core line going into a piece of hose connected to the Firewall you can disconnect that and use it to connect the two lines together in a pinch. radiator flush kits come with a piece that attaches to these lines for flushing the system. Your supposed to cut the line and put this part in between the two pieces but you can just as easily disconnect the lines from the firewall and attach them with this piece. A Yard water hose slicing kit, metal, would work just as well as long as you have to correct size. Good Luck.

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    You start by disconnecting the battery and waiting for about 15-minutes because of the airbags.
    Next you turn-off the airbag switches (driver & passenger side).
    Then you begin removing the center-console,
    the heater-core is deep in there.
    Its almost a 2-day job.
    Due to the complexity of work involved, I suggest you get the Hanyes manual. It is less than $20, and things are explained in details, with pictures/diagrams.

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    Hi there,

    Here are the steps to remove heater core

    1. Chock wheels. 2. Drain the engine coolant. Refer to Engine Cooling System. 3. Discharge and recover the refrigerant from the A/C system. Refer to Recovery/Evacuating/Charging in this section. 4. Remove the dash panel. Refer to Body. 5. Remove the Blower/Evaporator unit. Refer to Blower/Evaporator Unit in this section. 6. Disconnect the low pressure line from the evaporator outlet on the bulkhead. 7. Disconnect the high pressure line from the evaporator inlet on the bulkhead. 8. Disconnect the heater return hose from the heater core outlet tube connection. 9. Disconnect the heater inlet hose from the heater core inlet tube connection. 10. Disconnect the fresh air/recirculation control cable from the blower housing unit inlet duct. 11. Disconnect five connectors at the bottom of the blower housing unit. 12. Pull carpeting away from bulkhead to gain access to the hole cover plate. 13. Remove the four nuts retaining the hole cover plate. 14. Remove the hole cover plate. 15. Remove two mounting bolts at the top of the blower housing unit. d40e96a.jpg 16. Remove two nuts attaching the bottom of the blower housing unit to the bulkhead mounting studs. 17. Remove the blower unit from the vehicle. 18. Remove the temperature control cable from the heater unit servo. 19. Remove the two nuts from the mounting studs at the bottom of the heater unit. 20. Remove the top nut holding the heater unit to the bulkhead to the bulkhead mounting stud. 21. Remove the heater unit. Regards, Jeep Brainy

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    The heater is located under the dash board to the right and down from the radio. To remove and replace it you will have to remove the dash board down to the fire wall. Also, you will have to disconnect two hoses that connect up to it from the engine compartment. These are located in the back of the engine and down on the firewall about midway. Once you remove the dash board and locate the heater core you will be able to see the location of these two hoses. Removing the heater core is time consuming but it will save you about 700 dollars.

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