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Replace the heater core in a 1993 chevy s-10 blazer

Leaking antifreeze inside, under the passanger compartment of the dash.

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Either the core has a hole or the fittings are not tied enough

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Where is the heater core located in a t660 ke


A QUICK FIX FOR A DAMAGE HEATER CORE?
TO REPLACE A HEATER CORE IT COST ABOUT $700..
THE COMPLETE DASHBOARD HAVE TO BE REMOVE...

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I WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST AND QUICK AND CHEAPEST SOLUTION TO GET YOUR CAR ON THE ROAD... ASAP, A $20 FIX..

DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE THE TOWING TO MECHANIC.

THE BAD (YOUR HEATER WILL NOT WORK).. YOUR FAN AND AC WILL WORK FINE, JUST NO HEAT. (SOLUTION>)GET A PORTABLE HEATER THAT CONNECT TO YOUR LIGHTER UNTIL YOU GET THE CASH TO PAY $700+

A HEATER CORE IS THE LITTLE RADIATOR UNDER YOUR DASH, THAT RECEIVE ANTIFREEZE FROM THE BIG RADIATOR IN FRONT OF THE ENGINE, THAT GIVES YOU HEAT DURING COLD WEATHER.

FROM THE BIG RADIATOR THERE IS 2 LITTLE HOSES THAT ATTACHES TO THE HEATER CORE, LOOK FOR IT NEAR THE BRAKE SYSTEM IN BACK OF THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT ON THE PANEL OF THE CAR. (2 RUBBER HOSES.. (SEE PIC BELOW FOR SAMPLE)

THEY WILL HAVE 2 CLAMPS, WITH REGULAR HAND TOOLS, YOU
WOULD BE ABLE TO REMOVE BOTH HOSES, ONCE YOU REMOVE THEM..
BUY A SMALL METAL TUBE IN THE SHAPE OF A (U)
AND CONNECT BOTH HOSES TO EACH OTHER, AND PLACE BOTH BRACKETS OR CLAMPS TIGHTLY FOR NO LEAKS.

ITS A 10 MIN JOB.

REMOVING BOTH HOSES FROM THE HEATER CORE AND RE-ATTACHING THEM TOGETHER, ALL YOU DOING ITS ELIMINATING THE HEATER CORE COMPLETELY, THAT'S LOCATED UNDER THE DASH FOR HEATING SUPPORT.

IF YOUR HEATER CORE WAS LEAKING ANTIFREEZE INSIDE YOUR CAR, IT WILL STOP LEAKING ONCE YOU DISCONECT THE 2 HOSES FROM OUTSIDE ENGINE COMPARTMENT, THERE WILL BE NO MORE ANTIFREEZE GOING INTO YOUR HEATER CORE SINCE YOU WILL BYPASS THE HEATER CORE.

ONCE YOU CONNECT BOTH HOSES TOGETHER, THE ANTIFREEZE WILL CIRCULATE BACK TO THE FRONT RADIATOR AND NO OVER HEATING AND NO LEAKING INSIDE YOUR CAR MO MORE. YOUR CAR WILL DRIVE FINE, YOUR AC AND FAN WILL WORK THE SAME...SO LONG THAT WAS THE ONLY PROBLEM.

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2004 chevy trailblazer leak n antifreeze from behind fan


the fan you are referring to is inside the trailblazer on the passenger side behind dash near floor wall? If this is the case it is the heater core and needs to be replaced by a professional. If is is under the hood in the engine compartment it is the water pump in need of replacement? thanks good luck on the heater core..

Aug 28, 2012 | 2004 Chevrolet Blazer

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I have coolant steam inside my car coming from my heater - 98 chevy blazer


Hello
Your going to need a heater core,this is located in the heater fan box under the dashboard.
Possibly may be found mounted to the firewall under the hood.

Let it cool down before attempting any repairs.Another possibility is a broken hose at the heater core.

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Leaking antifreeze left rear side of block


Check heater core hoses thats where they are you just may need to tighten but check the pipe fittings to core and check if the inside floor wet middle passanger side that would mean the core is leaking

Oct 20, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet Blazer

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Antifreeze/coolant leaking from under passenger side dash


If it's your heater core, unless you're a mechanic you probably should get professional help. The heater core is located on the firewall and many parts need to be replaced to get to it. Do you see water on the floor inside the vehicle, Many times a heater core will leak inside.

Mar 12, 2009 | 1993 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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Where is the heater core located on 2000 Chevy Blazer?


Its located under the dash, just behind the glove compartment. From what I've read, you have to pretty much remove the entire dash to get to it.

Mar 11, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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Smell coolant when heater is turn on...


the heater core inside the dash is leaking, it may get worse and coolant will start to drip on the floor out of the heating outlet

Dec 17, 2008 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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Leaking Heater hose or Core


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Position a drain pan under the radiator, open the drain **** and drain the cooling system to a level below the heater core.
NOTE: Plug the heater core tubes to avoid spilling coolant in the passenger compartment during removal.


Disconnect the heater-to-engine coolant hoses from the core tubes on the fire wall, in the engine compartment.
NOTE: On some early model vehicles, the cabin light mounted under the dash may interfere with cover removal. If necessary, loosen the retaining bolt and reposition the light housing with the wiring attached.


From the passenger compartment (under the dash) remove the heater core rear case cover-to-cowl screws, then remove the cover from the vehicle.
NOTE: On a few of the early model vehicles covered by this manual, some of the heater core cover screws may be partially/fully covered by the dashboard. Be sure that all are removed before attempting to remove the cover. If necessary, unbolt and reposition all/part of the dashboard for better access.


Remove the straps or brackets from each end of the heater core.
Carefully remove the heater core from the cowl and case.
Installation is the reveres of removal. Run the engine at normal operating temperatures and check for leaks

Dec 01, 2008 | 1993 Chevrolet S-10

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Heater core leak ??


Yes it is a heater core leak, here is how to change it.

Remove battery cables. you have to remove the upper dash pad on this paticular year model. with a 10 mm socket and a 1/2 inch extension remove the 5 retaining bolts. remove the blower assembly under the passenger side of dash. remove passenger side seat and center counsole. drain radiator. disconnect hoses from now exposed heater core. turn it 180 degrees and slide out. Replace in reverse order.

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