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Heater core replacement on a 2003 ford sport trac


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How to access/replace the vent selector(defroster) ?


buy one
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it has clamps remove them or unsnap them and .....
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Removal & Installation
  1. Remove the upper console panel.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel
  3. Release the 2 fitting claws and pull out the heater control assembly.
  4. Using a screwdriver, open the claw of the cable clamp and disconnect the defroster damper control cable. NOTE Be careful not to bend the cable wire. If the cable wire bends, the heater control assembly operationally becomes worse.
  5. Using a screwdriver, open the claw of the cable clamp and disconnect the air mix damper control cable.
  6. Disconnect the connector, remove the heater control assembly. 42050_coro_g0008.gif Removal and installation of the control panel
To install:
  1. Install the inner cable end of the air mix damper control cable to the heater control lever.
  2. Install the outer cable of the air mix damper control cable to the cable clamp. NOTE Be careful not to bend the cable wire. If the cable wire bends, the heater control assembly operationally becomes worse.
  3. Operating the heater control knob and check that it properly stops at both ends of MAX. COOL and MAX. HOT and no recoil is identified.
  4. Check that the outer cable should not be disengaged (moved) from the heater control assembly when the cable is pulled.
  5. Install the inner cable end of the defroster damper control cable to the heater control lever.
  6. Install the outer cable of the defroster damper control cable to the cable clamp.
  7. Operating the heater control knob and check that it properly stops at both ends of FACE and DEF and no recoil is identified.
  8. Check that the outer cable should not be disengaged (moved) from the heater control assembly when the cable is pulled.
  9. Connect the connector, install the heater control assembly.
  10. Install the instrument cluster finish panel
  11. Install the upper console panel.

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Heater switch replacment


Hello! it's my job to make things as easy for the customer as possible...Therefore I must ask why you want to replace the heater switch? Is it because you have lost one or two of the switch speeds? Your vehicle is noted for loss of the Blower Motor Resistor...
Changing the Heater switch means removal of the Climate Control Assembly which is not the easiest of jobs...I've included the process...But are you sure the blower resistor is OK? If you have lost 1,2, or all blower motor speeds it's more than likely the Resistor pack. And a lot easier to change...
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Remove climate control:





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  1. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel...
  1. Remove the 3 climate control assembly screws...
  1. Disconnect the climate control assembly vacuum connector...
  1. Disconnect the 5 climate control assembly electrical connectors...
  1. Remove the climate control assembly..
Removal of blower motor Switch:
  1. Remove the climate control assembly.
  1. Remove the blower motor switch knob.
  1. Remove the blower motor switch.
    1. Remove the screw.
    1. Remove the blower motor switch.

Removal of blower motor Resistor:


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Blower Resistor is under the battery tray...

MOTORCRAFT Part # YH1698 ...cost $25

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2005 Highlander. The dealer wants to charge me $1150 to replace the heater control. How do I disassemble the dash and remove the heater control, so I can re-solder the broken wires?


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  1. Remove the Instrument Panel (IP) bezel.
  2. Remove the radio.
  3. Remove the heater control assembly by firmly depressing and holding the retaining tabs. Slide the assembly forward.
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  1. Disconnect the temperature and the mode cables from the back of the control assembly.
  2. Disconnect the electrical connection from the control assembly.
  3. Remove the control assembly.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

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  1. Connect the electrical connection to the control assembly.
  2. Connect the temperature and the mode cables to the back of the control assembly.
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  1. Install the control assembly to the IP carrier until you hear an audible snap.
  2. Install the radio.
  3. Install the IP bezel.

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Looking for where the heater cord is located?


To remove and installing the Heater Core, check this procedure...
  1. Disconnect and plug the heater hoses at the firewall.
  2. Disconnect the heater valve control cable.
  3. Remove the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall.
  4. Remove the dashboard as follows:
    1. Remove the center panel.
    2. Disconnect the wire connectors at the fuse box.
    3. Disconnect the sunroof switch connector, if equipped.
    4. Disconnect the ground cable at the right of the steering column and the power mirror switch wire connector.
    5. Remove the side air vent knob and face plate.
    6. Remove the screws attaching the air vent control lever.
    7. Remove the center panel, radio and heater control head.
    8. Remove the gauge upper panel (4-door) or instrument panel (3-door).
    9. Disconnect the speedometer cable.
    10. Remove the center upper lid.
    11. Remove the side defroster garnishes on both ends of the dash.
    12. Lower the steering column.
    13. Remove the dashboard mounting bolts.
    14. Lift and remove the dashboard assembly.
1. Remove the heater duct.

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Fig. 1: Removing the heater duct assembly

  1. Remove the steering column bracket and duct assembly.
  2. Remove the heater assembly mounting bolts.
  3. Remove the heater assembly and remove the heater core.
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Fig. 2: Removing the heater case assembly

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Fig. 3: Removing the heater core from the heater case


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There is coolant leaking on the passenger side underneath of the car and rear of engine. It doesn't seem to be the lower hose and both the rad and thermostat are new and appear to be dry. I suspect the...


agree, heater core. see procedure below


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and disable the SRS system (if equipped.)
WARNING All SRS wire harnesses are covered with a yellow insulation. Read the SRS precautions found in this section and install the short connectors as described.
  1. Properly drain the cooling system.
  2. Disconnect and plug the heater hoses at the firewall.
  3. Disconnect the heater valve control cable.
  4. Remove the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall.
  5. Remove the dashboard as follows:
    1. Remove the center panel.
    2. Disconnect the wire connectors at the fuse box.
    3. Disconnect the sunroof switch connector, if equipped.
    4. Disconnect the ground cable at the right of the steering column and the power mirror switch wire connector.
    5. Remove the side air vent knob and face plate.
    6. Remove the screws attaching the air vent control lever.
    7. Remove the center panel, radio and heater control head.
    8. Remove the gauge upper panel (4-door) or instrument panel (3-door).
    9. Disconnect the speedometer cable.
    10. Remove the center upper lid.
    11. Remove the side defroster garnishes on both ends of the dash.
    12. Lower the steering column.
    13. Remove the dashboard mounting bolts.
    14. Lift and remove the dashboard assembly.

  6. Remove the heater duct.
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Fig. Fig. 1: Removing the heater duct assembly

  1. Remove the steering column bracket and duct assembly.
  2. Remove the heater assembly mounting bolts.
  3. Remove the heater assembly and remove the heater core.

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Fig. Fig. 2: Removing the heater case assembly

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Fig. Fig. 3: Removing the heater core from the heater case


To install:

  1. Install the heater core into the heater unit.
  2. Install the heater assembly and the attaching bolts.
  3. Install the heater duct and steering column bracket.
  4. Install the dashboard assembly. Tighten the mounting bolts until just snug.
  5. Raise and attach the steering column.
  6. Install the center upper panel.
  7. Connect the speedometer cable and install the instrument gauge assembly.
  8. Install the control head, radio and center panel.
  9. Install the side vent and face plate.
  10. Connect the ground cable at the right of the steering column and the power mirror switch wire connector.
  11. Connect the sunroof switch connector, if equipped.
  12. Connect wire connectors at fuse panel.
  13. Install the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall.
  14. Connect the heater valve control cable.
  15. Connect the heater hoses at the firewall.
  16. Connect the negative battery cable.
  17. Fill, bleed and leak check the cooling system.

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Heater Case Removal
  1. Drain the engine coolant. Refer to Section 03-03 for the procedure.
  2. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301).
  3. Disconnect the heater water hoses (18472) from the heater core (18476) at the bulkhead.
  4. Remove the instrument panel lower center panel (04494). Refer to Section 01-12 for the removal procedure.
  5. Remove the glove compartment and LH instrument panel lower cover (044L97). Refer to Section 01-12 for the removal procedure.
  6. Remove the instrument panel ash receptacle (04810).
  7. Remove the two upper center instrument panel finish panel screws and the two lower center instrument panel finish panel screws.




  8. Remove the center instrument panel finish panel (044D70) and disconnect the cigar lighter socket and cigar lighter illumination lamp electrical connectors.
  9. Remove the four radio chassis bracket screws and pull the radio chassis (18806) and climate control assembly from the instrument panel (04320). Disconnect the radio chassis electrical connectors, the antenna lead, the three climate control electrical connectors and remove the radio chassis and climate control assembly.
  10. Remove the two heater outlet floor duct screws. Remove the heater outlet floor duct (18C433).




  11. Remove the four RH instrument panel lower reinforcement bolts and the RH instrument panel lower reinforcement (045F08), then the four LH instrument panel lower reinforcement and the LH instrument panel lower reinforcement.
  12. Remove the anti-lock brake control module (2B373). Refer to Section 06-09 for the removal procedure.
  13. If equipped, remove the speed control amplifier. Refer to Section 10-03 for the removal procedure.
  14. Remove the electronic door lock control processor (14B001). Refer to Section 01-14A for the removal procedure.
  15. Remove the passive restraint control module. Refer to Section 01-20B for the removal procedure.
  16. Remove the two center duct screws and remove the center duct (19D633).




  17. Remove the two ground wire bolts.
  18. Remove the three U-bracket-to-chassis nuts.




  19. Remove the four U-bracket bolts and remove the U-bracket.


  20. Remove the two RH and the two LH instrument panel bracket bolts and remove the instrument panel brackets (042C74).
  21. Remove the RH inner duct.
  22. Remove the LH inner duct.
  23. Remove the two accelerator pedal and shaft bolts and then the accelerator pedal and shaft (9725).
  24. Remove the accelerator pedal stop screw and then the accelerator pedal stop (9816).
  25. Remove the heater outlet duct screw and remove the heater outlet duct.
  26. Remove the temperature blend/panel bypass door actuator motor. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  27. Remove the panel/floor/defrost door actuator motor. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  28. Remove the three A/C evaporator register duct screws and remove the A/C evaporator register duct.
  29. NOTE: The A/C evaporator/blower motor assembly does not have to be removed in order to remove the heater assembly.

    Remove the four A/C evaporator/blower motor assembly screws to aid in the removal of the heater assembly.
  30. Remove the four heater assembly screws.
  31. Remove the heater assembly.

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it's either the blower motor switch or blower motor resister. Resistor ?Heater Blower Motor Switch Removal Remove the battery (10655) ; refer to Section 414-01 . Remove the battery tray. Remove the screws. Remove the battery tray. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch resistor connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor (18591). Remove the two screws. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor. ----------------------------------- Switches Removal Disconnect the battery ground cable. Remove the center trim panel; refer to Section 501-12 . Remove the control assembly. Remove the screws. Remove the control assembly. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch knob. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector. Disconnect the A/C-heater function selector switch connector. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the screw. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the temperature control switch knob. Disconnect the temperature control switch connector. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the screw. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the heater blower motor switch knob. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch (18578). Remove the screw. Remove the heater blower motor switch. ----------------------------

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How to replace heater core 93 honda del sol


Heater Core Honda Civic/CRX/del Sol 1984-1995 Repair Guide REMOVAL&INSTALLATION
See Figures 1, 2 and 3
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and disable the SRS system (if equipped.)
WARNING All SRS wire harnesses are covered with a yellow insulation. Read the SRS precautions found in this section and install the short connectors as described.
  1. Properly drain the cooling system.
  2. Disconnect and plug the heater hoses at the firewall.
  3. Disconnect the heater valve control cable.
  4. Remove the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall.
  5. Remove the dashboard as follows:
    1. Remove the center panel.
    2. Disconnect the wire connectors at the fuse box.
    3. Disconnect the sunroof switch connector, if equipped.
    4. Disconnect the ground cable at the right of the steering column and the power mirror switch wire connector.
    5. Remove the side air vent knob and face plate.
    6. Remove the screws attaching the air vent control lever.
    7. Remove the center panel, radio and heater control head.
    8. Remove the gauge upper panel (4-door) or instrument panel (3-door).
    9. Disconnect the speedometer cable.
    10. Remove the center upper lid.
    11. Remove the side defroster garnishes on both ends of the dash.
    12. Lower the steering column.
    13. Remove the dashboard mounting bolts.
    14. Lift and remove the dashboard assembly.
  6. Remove the heater duct.
0900c15280061a21.jpgFig. 1: Removing the heater duct assembly
  1. Remove the steering column bracket and duct assembly.
  2. Remove the heater assembly mounting bolts.
  3. Remove the heater assembly and remove the heater core.
0900c15280061a22.jpgFig. 2: Removing the heater case assembly 0900c15280061a23.jpgFig. 3: Removing the heater core from the heater caseTo install:
  1. Install the heater core into the heater unit.
  2. Install the heater assembly and the attaching bolts.
  3. Install the heater duct and steering column bracket.
  4. Install the dashboard assembly. Tighten the mounting bolts until just snug.
  5. Raise and attach the steering column.
  6. Install the center upper panel.
  7. Connect the speedometer cable and install the instrument gauge assembly.
  8. Install the control head, radio and center panel.
  9. Install the side vent and face plate.
  10. Connect the ground cable at the right of the steering column and the power mirror switch wire connector.
  11. Connect the sunroof switch connector, if equipped.
  12. Connect wire connectors at fuse panel.
  13. Install the heater unit attaching nut on the firewall.
  14. Connect the heater valve control cable.
  15. Connect the heater hoses at the firewall.
  16. Connect the negative battery cable.
  17. Fill, bleed and leak check the cooling system.

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