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Heater control valve

For a 2006 gto, is this part really needed or can i run a direct line to the heater core? if it is needed, where can i find one and what is the cost?

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SOURCE: oil sensor replacement for 2006 GTO

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Engine Oil Pressure Sensor and/or Switch Replacement

Tools Required

  • J41712 Oil Pressure Switch Socket
Removal Procedure
Disconnect the oil pressure sensor electrical connector (1).
  1. Important: Clean the area around the sensor before removal. This prevents debris from entering the engine. Use J41712 to remove the oil pressure sensor from the engine block.
Installation Procedure
  1. If installing the old sensor, apply thread sealant GM P/N 12346004, (Canadian P/N 1093480), or equivalent. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
  2. Use to install the J41712 oil pressure sensor to the engine block. Tighten the engine oil pressure sensor to 35 Nm (26 ft. lbs.) .Connect the oil pressure sensor electrical connector (1).

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SOURCE: how do you know if you need and heater core or a heater control valve

For heater core replacing procedure. I suggest you to go through this related help links.Its all complete step by step procedure: ----How to replace heater core for All car models?

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How to Flush Heater Core?

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How to Remove Heater Core ?

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Heater Core Replacement?

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To replace heater core?http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/how-to-replace-heater-core-on.html------

How to replace heater core?http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/how-to-replace-heater-core-on_10.html
How to replace heater core on Buick Regal?

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----------This will help.Thanks.

Posted on Feb 29, 2012

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SOURCE: I get no heat out of the heater. Coolant level is ok. Thermostat has been replaced recently. Is there a heater control valve to direct hot coolant to the heater core?

Vaccuum control valve for heater, is stuck or broke. This allows the antifreese to flow through the heater and heat the inside of vehicle. Ccheck vaccuum lines and valve, its by the heater core.
Also, if the antifreese has not been changed, it can clog the heater core not allowing the antifreese to flow. Flush system and check again.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012

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First check to make sure you have enough coolant in your system. If you so, has your car's engine been running at its normal temperature according to its gauge? If it has, then you most likely have an issue with your heater core valve. If your heater fan turns on, and the engine is warm, but cold air comes out the vents, then you might not be getting any hot coolant to your heater core. There is valve that controls the amount of hot water that flows through your heater core. It is controlled by your heater controls. On other chrysler made vehicles, these are often vacuum controlled valves. You can locate the valve under the hood by following the heater hoses that pass through the firewall (not to be confused with the AC hoses). The heater hoses are low pressure, and will use simple hose clamps. The valve in question is where you will find four of these heater hoses all coming together, along with a small vacuum line. You can check for vacuum to the valve by pulling the line with the car running, and have someone turn the heater from hot to cold and back while you check for suction at the end of the line. If it seems to work, put it back on the valve and see if the valve operates properly. If you have vacuum, and the valve does not operate, then its actuator likely has a bad diaphragm and will need replaced.

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Heater Core Removal & Installation Front To Remove:
  1. Make sure you have the anti-theft codes for the audio and the navigation system, and then write down the audio presets.
  2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
  3. From under the hood, disconnect the heater valve cable from the heater valve. Turn the heater valve arm to the fully opened position.
  4. When the engine is cool, drain the engine coolant from the radiator.
  5. Disconnect the inlet heater hose and the outlet heater hose from the heater core.
  6. Remove the mounting nut from the heater unit. Take care not to damage or bend the fuel lines, the brake lines, and related parts.
  7. Remove the dashboard.
  8. Remove the evaporator.
  9. Remove the mounting bolts and remove the heater unit. Front heater unit honda-10-00-4128.gif

  10. Remove the self-tapping screws and the clamp.
  11. Carefully pull out the heater core so you don't bend the inlet and outlet pipes.
Front heater core honda-10-00-4129.gif

To Install:
  1. Using care, install the heater core to the heater unit and secure.
  2. Using care, install the heater unit and tighten mounting nuts and bolts to 7 ft-lb (10 Nm).
  3. Install the evaporator.
  4. Install the dashboard.
  5. Connect the inlet heater hose and the outlet heater hose to the heater core.
  6. Connect the heater valve cable to the heater valve.
  7. Refill the cooling system with engine coolant.
  8. Adjust the heater valve cable.
  9. Make sure that there is no coolant leakage.
  10. Make sure that there is no air leakage.
  11. Connect the negative battery cable.
  12. Perform the power window control unit resetting procedure.
  13. Enter the anti-theft codes for the audio and the navigation system, and then enter the audio presets.
Rear To Remove:
NOTE: The rear blower motor, the rear heater core, the blower screen, the rear blower resistor (heating/air conditioning system) and the rear power transistor (climate control system), the rear air mix control motor (climate control system) , the rear mode control motor and the rear expansion valve can be replaced without removing the rear heater-A/C unit.
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  2. Remove the rear heater hoses.
  3. If necessary, remove the rear blower motor, the rear heater core, the blower screen, the rear blower resistor (heating/air conditioning system), the rear power transistor (climate control system), the rear air mix control motor and the rear mode control motor.
  4. Remove the self-tapping screws and the lower housing.
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To Install:
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  2. Attach the heater hoses.
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  4. Before reassembly, make sure that the rear air mix control linkage and door move smoothly without binding.
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  6. Reassemble the housing.
  7. After reassembly, make sure the rear air mix control motor runs smoothly.
  8. After reassembly, make sure the rear mode control motor runs smoothly.
  9. Refill the cooling system and make sure that there is no coolant leakage.
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