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How to replace a heater core on a 2000 camaro

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SOURCE: replace a heater core in 2000 chevy blazer

it is located under the dashboard against the firewall of the passenger seat. i recomend buying a repair manual from your local auto parts store before attempting as it requires draining, flushing, refilling and bleeding the cooling system as well as removing many other componets like the entire dashboard and thermostat

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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it is not ness to remove the dash.

Drain cooling system.
Remove inlet and outlet hoses from heater core.
Remove lower right hush panel.
Remove lower trim panel.
Remove heater case cover screws.
Remove heater case cover.
Remove core support plate baffle screws.
Remove heater core, support plate and baffle from car.
Reverse removal proceedure to install.
Refill cooling system and check for leaks.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1986 chevy camaro heater core. Do i have to pull

Sorry to hear you're having problems with this.
In short YES you HAVE to remove the dashboard.

Please take many digital pics along the way and save the bolts that are alike in sandwich bags. Save all bolts in bags of some kind - having a camera will save you a lot of pulled out hair - seriously - use a camera if possible. Pros do until they know the procedure well.
I personally remove the passenger seat but most people don't - todays seats are easy so I pull them out.

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Posted on Mar 24, 2010

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SOURCE: 95 Camaro Z28 appears to be leaking antifreeze

if your rubber hoses are cracked and leaking then replace the hoses with proper size and length.
if the hoses are leaking where they connect to the metal fittings from the heater core then try and tighten up the hose clamps -- they could just be loose.


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Can someone please tell me how to bypass a heater core in a 2000 chevy camaro temorary?

Look at the fire wall by the passenger side you will see two 3/4 hoses you need to cut the hose going in and the one coming out take a piece of 3/4 metal pipe and install in the hoses clamp both hoses tightly you are done check your fluid

Oct 31, 2014 | 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

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95 Camaro Z28 appears to be leaking antifreeze from the hose or hoses that run to the heater core. The hoses are rubber but appear to connect to metal lines then back to rubber before they go into the...

if your rubber hoses are cracked and leaking then replace the hoses with proper size and length.
if the hoses are leaking where they connect to the metal fittings from the heater core then try and tighten up the hose clamps -- they could just be loose.


Jan 04, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Camaro

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Got a problem with the cars heater .i've changed the thermostat flushed out system.some times it acts like it wants to work but most of the time it dont get warm. thought it might be the heater core but...

Sometimes the heater core get stopped up, especially if someone used stop leak in the cooling system. If the heater core stops up then you wont hardly get any heat. There are possibility's to like if the air doors and actuators under the dash, or the heater controls themselves act up. I would pull the two heater core hoses off under the hood and see if water will flow through the heater core. A water hose is good to use for this. If it is stopped up you wont get much flow. If being stopped up turns up to be your problem, then the heater core will have to be replaced to make the heater work like it should.

Dec 21, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

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Why does my 1995 chevy camaro not blow out hot air? i've changed the thermostat, it has a new radiator and hose, and new water pump. the heater core seems to be fine.

use your hand on both hoses into and out of the heater core to see that they are hot. if not the core is plugged and needs to be replaced. before you do that squeeze the hose upper and lower and the heater core hoses to make sure there is no air trapped in the system. be very very careful of the fan while you are doing this.

Nov 26, 2010 | 1995 Chevrolet Camaro

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There was water on the passenger side and now the car is overheating is that the heater core? There is still heat coming out of the vents.

I have a 2000 camaro as well, and it seems that is giving me the same problems... in addition to what your is doing my car overheated on the road, and lost power. I replace the sensors, flushed my radiator, the thermostat, I cannot remember if I changed the water pump... But I think at this point in time the only solution is to replace my engine.

Oct 25, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

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How to uninstall heater core from 2002 camaro

Drain the engine coolant. Refer to Draining and Filling Cooling System in Engine Cooling.
Remove the heater hoses..
Remove the heater core tube clamp bolt.
Remove the heater core tube clamp.
Remove the heater core shroud seal.
Remove the heater rear case bolts (Remove the heater rear case.
Slide the heater rear case downward in order to disengage the upper case clip.
Remove the heater rear case.
Remove the instrument panel (IP) compartment door. Refer to Door Replacement - Instrument Panel (I/P) Compartment .
Remove the heater core clamp bolt
Remove the heater core clamp.
Remove the heater core

Feb 25, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Camaro

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I have a 1990 Camaro, I had the heater disconnected - cost was $150, they said to replace it with a new heater would be over $800 - is this a fair price ?- The car is not worth more than $1,000

if you mean to replace a heater core,
the heater core is about $40.00 from Autozone,So the $150.00 is labor,this job can be done in one hour and at shop rates today that would be $50.00,
you need to buy the heater core yourself and find another shop.

Jan 23, 2010 | 1990 Chevrolet Camaro

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I need to know how to route and hook up the hoses from the heater core to the motor on a 1989 rs camaro, v-6, w/ac

does not matter which goes where on the heater core one from water pump straight to heater core and the other comes from the intake manifold, they both travel below the passenger side valve cover.

Jan 15, 2010 | 1989 Chevrolet Camaro

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look under the hood and follow the heater hoses into the firewall. after the car has warmed up, feel the metal tip of the heater core lines that come into the engine compartment. If both of these are hot than your heater core is working and your hot/cold door is stuck inside the car. When the heater core is plugged you will have a noticeable temperature difference between the in and out lines of the heater core.

Jan 10, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Camaro

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