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Disconnect hoses from core and put a piece of copper between them with hose clamps. you wont have heat but you can drive it
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaking heater core
Yup, I've done the same thing before. You have to just find a tube of some sort that is small enough to fit inside the hose's going to and from the heater core. Remove both hoses from the heater core, insert the tube into the hoses and put some clamps on both sides nice and tight! Good luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
First disconnect steering knucke under dash. Remove dash assembly to reveal heater/AC case. Disconnect heater hoses from engine compartment. Discharge and capture AC refrigerant. Remove heater case ,replace heater core . re-assemble .
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
SOURCE: bad heater core
If it does not have air conditioning you can pull the heater core out through the glove compartment. But it sounds like you do have air conditioning and the bad news this is about a 3 to 5 hour job. Remove all the screws by the windshield remove the screws are bolts below the speakers that attaches the dash to the door post if it has a console remove that. The dash and console do not actually have to be removed but pulled way out of the way. In the engine compartment disconnect the aie conditioning hoses to the heater box. You will need a special tool for this that removes the round springer or pushes it back or out of way, then pull the hose loose. There's also a bolt or two that needs to be removed in this area. Also removed the glove box, you will be able to see better there's also a bolt or two holding the heater box up. Be careful not to damage any wires or vacuum hoses. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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