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Replacing the heater core

Looking for tips on replacing the heater core in my 1988 honda prelude

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Hey Eric,here's a guide on how to replace.

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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SOURCE: Honda Prelude Sunroof

go to a Honda Dealership and ask them to order a new sunroof gasket replacement kit. they have em and they may even have instructions on how to remove the old and install the new. I've had awesome experiences with the Honda parts division. Hope this was the answer you wanted. (don't even look for an after market one..unless you want a nightmare)

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any brand will do, but I would use castrol 5w-30.


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the main fuse is atached to the side of the fuse box under the coin box you need to pull the fuse box out

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there are two locations one is inside the fuel tank and the other is beside the fuel tank before the fuel filter

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Radiator flushes can cause more problems than fix sometimes. Before you go removing the dash first replace the thermostat if you follow the lower radiator hose to the engine this is the thermostat housing.Remove the three 10mm bolts and the housing should come apart. Make sure you put the thermostat in the right way and not upside down. The larger end with the spring goes in first toward the engine and the little vent should be on top. When you fill it back up with a 60/40 mixture of coolant make sure you open the bleed hole on the thermostat housing to get out any air and tighten when coolant comes out with no air bubbles. Start the car and hopefully the heat is better. If not the heater core is the two coolant hoses on the firewall remove both hoses and check the flow with a water hose put the hose to both sides to get out any debris. If the flow is slow and does not improve you will have to pull out the heater core which means removing most of the lower dash pulling out the evaporator if you have A/C. Make sure you get a manual. Hope this helps.

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