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How to replace 98 neon evaporator core. I know where it is, can do the AC related work, but how do you get to it.

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U have to tear dash a part

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On what? Front or rear? You will have to evacuate the AC system using a recovery machine. Most evaporator cores are labor intensive involving the entire dash assembly of the vehicle to be removed for access/replacement. Not a job for anyone who does not have mechanical experience in Ac repairs

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To check it you need to pressurize the system run the compressor and then you can spray soapy water around it and see if you have a leak If you decide to replace the evap core for the ac be sure to replace the dryer as soon as you open the lines it will start to draw moisture and then the new system will fail or not put out cool air correctly. Unless you absolutely have to change the evap for the ac I suggest you leave it alone unless you have done this before or have someone to work with that know ac.

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Car heater on 1996 Plymouth Neon won't run at all


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Our front ac is not working and back is cold in our 1999 GMC suburban, we tried putting freon and it didn't work


Dual zone front/rear ac systems have 2 evaporator cores. And 2 orifice tubes, which are just inline
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Sometimes you can get to the evaporator cores without removing them from the vehicle, and clean it.
Evaporator cores do get stopped up sometimes, because the blower motor pulls in air with dust and debris from outside, and the air is cooled when it passes through the evaporator core.

But evaporator cores are a nightmare to replace, you usually have to remove lots of stuff under the dash and lots of stuff under the hood to remove them.

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Need to replace heater core in a 2004 neon 2.0 w/ac any short cuts


no it calls for 5.5 hours plus a vac and recharge of the a/c unit. i charge 425.00 for this including the heater core and the recharge if the a/c was working when it arrived.if your undertaking this project yourself get a haynes manual from your parts store so you can see how its done. hope this helps

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Water is leaking into the passengers side of the 98 neon i looked for the hose underneath for the a/c evap line it is no where to be found. What can i do?


When does it leak? when you run the ac or when it rains? Their is no line that leaks from the ac, just the oval canistor that drips condensation and should be nowhere near your firewall to leak in the car. Its either a weather seal/winshield or your heater core is leaking which is located behind the glovebox

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How change heater core in 98 neon


u have to take entire instrument panel off,and if it has ac u have to evacuate ac refrigerant,it is not an easy task for a non mechanic,even for a mechanic,and afterwards sometimes u have vent problems or rattles in the dash.so i would recommend u have it done by a rad shop! but if u decide to do it yourself,buy a manual and make sure vent hoses and wiring are well installed.regards

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Evaporator core 2004 neon


yes the whole dash has to come out. along with the steering wheel.......

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