Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What all must be removed to get to the heater core ?
diagram in chilton does not match .
do I have to take out the whole dash?
Yes, there is not an access hole that allows any other method. Start by disconnecting heater hoses, then remove dashboard ***'y. Not too bad on Jeeps. Then you may or may not have to remove the whole HVAC box depending on where the lid for the heater core cavity sits. Usually this whole box must come out to get heater tubes thru the firewall. Then you can take the cover plate off, unbolt the tiny screws that hold down the arms, and remove the offending core. Good luck, takes me a day or less, and I've done it for years. Worth the 400-600 plus that shops charge for this if you are not into meticulous work, tiny screws, and lots of crawling around inside a Jeep. Don't worry, you're not alone in this. Only a handful of today's cars can be re-cored without removing the dash, or at least setting it back on the seat (on a blanket) to gain access to the HVAC box. Hope this helps you make your decision. TT
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