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Heater core remove heatercore 1993 dodgecarevan 3.3

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    Ray Weatherbee Feb 09, 2014

    Hi john , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?



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With in heater box,remove dash to remove heater housing.

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Ok to replace the heater core in the allante you must first take the door off the glove box by removing 4 screws in the corners by the hinges. Remove the valence below the dash on the passenger side.

Now follow these steps

1. remove the radio module disconnect all wires and set it aside
2. Remove the bracket that holds the engine control module slide it out and away
3. Remove the duct control unit slide it down and out from under the dash
4 remove the screws that hold the duct work together, rotate to right and then down from under the dash
5. After the prior the heater core is in view. it has two 8 mm screws holding it in place remove them
6. Now go under the hood with a long extension loosen the clamps on the heater core
7. with at least a 12 inch thin bent flat screwdriver at a 90 degree angle loosen the hose and wiggle it off the heater core nipples
8. Go back into the cockpit and remove the heater core by sliding rearward and to the right
9. Angle hater core down and slide out.
10. reverse to reassemble.

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I would say go to car quest or walmart and get a chillton repair manual there only like 25 bucks and there much better than haynes repair manuals. If you plan on having the car awhile it will solve alot of problems and is worth the money

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I would just have the heater core replaced. One common theme with all repairs that are temporary, is ... well, "temporary" can mean "all of three seconds". All the stop leak gunk and whatnot will typically block your heater core up, making you replace it anyway if you want heat. Or you could take the heater core out of the loop, get an adaptor and plumb the heater lines together.

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