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HOW TO REPLACE A HEATER CORE IN A 1996 FORD CROWN VIC?

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The dash and heaterbox(plenum) has to come out, to get the nuts for the box on the outside you have to remove half of evaporater case. It's a tough job, good luck.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is the heater core located at in a 1994 Ford

Underneath the dash. There is a lot of disassembly required. This is not a do-it-yourself project.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i get to my heater core 1995 ford crown vic

Your heater core is located behind the dash. You need to remove the dashboard and your heater core will be located on the passenger side along the firewall. It will look like a small radiator. Get yourself a haynes manual for good step by step instructions and pictures to remove your dash.

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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The speed sensor in the transmission is most likely the problem.

Posted on Nov 26, 2009

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The heater core is under the dash on the right side, behind the glove box and the fan, and it is a bear to get out. Why do you have to remove it??? Also it is not like the old days, this one has the ac unit stuffed in there with it, all the heater lines on the engine side need to be removed, and possibly the ac lines.

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How do i get to my heater core 1995 ford crown vic


Your heater core is located behind the dash. You need to remove the dashboard and your heater core will be located on the passenger side along the firewall. It will look like a small radiator. Get yourself a haynes manual for good step by step instructions and pictures to remove your dash.

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ODOMATOR IS NOT WORKUNG 1996 FORD CROWN VIC


The speed sensor in the transmission is most likely the problem.

Nov 26, 2009 | 1996 Ford Crown Victoria

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Where is the heater core located at in a 1994 Ford Crown Vic and how do you get to it?


Underneath the dash. There is a lot of disassembly required. This is not a do-it-yourself project.

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My crown victoria is leaking radiator water inside the car. mainly on the passenger side beneath the glove compartment. It smells really bad, and I can't find the leak. Is there any way to get detailed...


Yes, it's the cars heater core leaking. The heater core is like a mini radiator under the dash-coolant circulates through it from the engine to provide the heat. To change the heater core is a very labor intensive job. You really need to get a repair manual, or go online to 'alldata' diy repair where you can sign up for 1 year or more access to your Crown Vics repair info. Excellent source for diagrams and instructions. I believe one year is $16.95, good for ONE car info for a year.

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