Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
Need help in how is the easiest way to replace the hearter core without taken the whole dash apart.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 86 IROC heater core
Removal & Installation
1.Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Disconnect heater hoses from heater core, and plug openings. Detach hood release cable. Remove both dash side panels. Remove left and right lower dash trim panels. Remove glove box. Remove 7 screws securing center accessory console. Disconnect wires on accessory console, and remove accessory console. Remove control cables at heater case.
2.Remove 4 bolts securing steering column to instrument panel. Lower steering column. Remove 2 bolts from instrument panel mounts at far left and right sides of instrument panel. Remove defroster duct trim on top of dash. Remove instrument cluster screws. Pull instrument cluster out slightly. Disconnect electrical connections and speedometer cable from instrument cluster. Remove instrument cluster.
3.Disconnect all electrical connectors from instrument panel. Remove parking brake console. Remove glove box. Remove bolts securing instrument panel support to floorpan. Remove all instrument panel mounting bolts. Remove instrument panel.
4.Separate heater case from blower. Remove 3 nuts and pull heater
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
You must disconnect the wiper linkage to allow clearance for removing the heater core coolant hoses
View of the HVAC module—1 is the A/C module, two is the front blower motor (interior mount style)
View of the heater core cover and related components
Exploded view of the heater core case assembly
Schematic of the HVAC Module air flow controls and air path diverter doors
Sorry but this is the only way to replace it.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Sorry, your going to have to remove the dash.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Have replaced my heater core in my 2001 regular cab 4wd in december 2009. Had to pull the complete dash including the complete metal dash behind the dash that you see. Also had to remove the right passenger side inner fender well to acess the remaining two bolts that hold the heater core cover to the firewall. Its an insane job to do but the repair shop books call for 9 1/2 hrs to do the job. I'm not an expert but this is what it takes.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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