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NEED TO REMOVE HEATER CORE 1995 K1500 WITH A/C

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Fairly easy job. Undo the 2 hoses going into the firewall to the heater core. If it the facotry hoses, you may have to cut them and replace with new hoses. [ good idea anyway ] Under the dash you will see a black box type cover. Undo all 6 bolts. There is one hidden one, but can be taken out using a 1'4'' ratchet. The cover comes off horizontally, not vertically Once cover is removed you will easily see the core and the way it comes out. Replace the same as removal. Even though it will be hard to get that last screw in, it is important to make sure it's in, because that is a sealed system. If you have any problems or questions, feel free to ask. Please rate my solution

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

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heater core is under the dash on the passenger side and the thermostat is located on the engine. just follow your top radiator hose from the radiator to the engine and it stops at the thermostat

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SOURCE: CHANGING HEATER CORE AND BLOWER MOTOR

Click here to watch a step-by-step video. Hope this helps, good luck!

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SOURCE: 1995 corvette heater core replacement cost estimate

225.00 bucks including parts labor, you might find a local mechanic will do it for 100.00 buck for labor and you buy the part 49.00 buck. lots of GM mechanic are laid off and economy is slow and you might want to advertise on craig list needing GM mechanic. my best secrets is drive back to the GM garage and ask any mechanic who does the side work and you will be surprise. keep in mind dont ask the shop manager, believed me every dealership has one or more does a side job and good price, no shop rate. hope that help some good luck.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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