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My friend is changing out the heater core and when he puuled out the housing unit and then the heater core all of the vents and wiring ect. collapsed int the inside of the housing. We need a schematic to put it all back together

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  • starsaphire6 Jan 31, 2010

    We have a chiltons. I purchased it before he started the job. It was very little help as far as the schematics were concerned. No pictures or details that went beyond the superficial. Thank you though.

  • starsaphire6 Jan 31, 2010

    We have a chiltons manual and it was very little help.

  • starsaphire6 Jan 31, 2010

    that would be great but i will have to get a fax number for you, I don't have one on my comp. unless there is a way for you to send me a link to a website for the schematic. I've looked online but there don't seem to be any or I'm not looking in the right place.

  • starsaphire6 Feb 01, 2010

    ok I'll get you a fax number asap thanx

  • starsaphire6 Feb 02, 2010

    Thank you so much for your help. He said he got it togrther but in case it isn't working out I will keep you in mind if thats ok. Thank you again

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I can fax you a total break down of it but i can only fax because of my system will not let me copy and paste it. so i can only print it. do you have a fax? if so send it to me and i will fax it in the morning. good luck

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    michael schultz Feb 01, 2010

    no i have alldat and it is a program in my computer that is like a hugh repair manual libery from all cars and trucks. it is copy right locked so it will not let me copy and paste so i can only fax a copy seeing the scanner broke this week and have not got another one yet. sory man but if you can find some way to recieve a fax i can send it but that about it.

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    michael schultz Feb 01, 2010

    okay just keep me posted and when i get to the shop in the morning i will fax it right over.

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    michael schultz Feb 02, 2010

    no problem. good luck

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Hi,
I would recommend going to your nearest autozone or the likes and buy a haynes/chiltons manual. This explains many repairs only costs about 20$ It uses illustrations along with step by step directions. I always recommend at least getting one of these manuals. Although I always buy the actual factory service manual. It is what the dealer mechanics use. It covers every not and bolt on the car in detail and is well worth the investment. One repair and you have made your money back on buying a manual.
Thank you,
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How to chang heater cor inP/T croser


It is pretty involved requiring discharging/disconnecting the AC, Dash board and other components. If you are up to it I found these step by step on the Autozone web site.

As seen on autozone's web site (/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8075b324)

Instructions -

Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.

Remove the A/C refrigerant using the approved equipment.

Drain the cooling system.

Disconnect the negative battery cable.

Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:

The left and right A pillar trim moldings using a trim stick

The front power window switch

The center bezel retaining screw

The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) control knobs

The center bezel using a trim stick

The top cover retaining screws and pull it rearward to remove

The HVAC control unit from the instrument panel

The retaining screws from the upper and lower steering column shrouds

The left lower instrument panel bezel

The steering column wire connectors

The steering column

The brake pedal support bracket

The left side instrument panel end cap from the wiring connectors

The rear power window switch from the console and pull the parking handle all the way up

The auxiliary power outlet wire connector

The center console

The glove box assembly

The right side instrument panel end cap

The 5 right side instrument panel wire connectors

The instrument panel from the vehicle, with the help of an assistant



Remove or disconnect the following:

The heater hoses from the heater core

Reposition the vehicle speed control servo, if equipped

The suction and liquid lines from the evaporator

The drain tube

The A/C vacuum harness connector

The defroster duct from the heater A/C unit housing

The heater A/C unit housing from the vehicle

The heater core from the housing





To install:

Install or connect the following:

The heater core to the housing

The heater A/C unit housing to the vehicle

The defroster duct to the housing

The A/C vacuum harness

The drain tube

The suction and liquid lines to the evaporator

The reposition the vehicle speed control servo, if equipped

The heater hoses to the heater core



Install the instrument panel by installing or connecting the following:

The instrument panel

The right side instrument panel wire connectors

The right side instrument panel end cap

The glove box assembly

The center console

The auxiliary power outlet wire connector

The rear power window switch

The left side instrument panel end cap

The left side wire connectors

The brake pedal support bracket

The steering column with a new pinch bolt

The steering column wire connectors

The left lower instrument panel bezel

The HVAC control unit

The center bezel

The front power window switch

The left and right A pillar trim moldings

The negative battery cable



Fill the cooling system.

Recharge the A/C system.

Start the vehicle and verify proper system operations.

Road test the vehicle and check for any rattles or leaks, repair if necessary.

Nov 16, 2014 | 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Wheres the hear core inthe dash or the under the hood becouse its leaking inside the car and under hood by the ac thing


the heater core is behind the dash and should have 2 lines running through the firewall, there should also be 2 lines for the AC running through the firewall however it is seperate from the heater core, both units are in the vent housing though.

Mar 29, 2011 | 1985 Buick Regal

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Need to replace heater core for Ford Taurus 2000


Heater and Evaporator Core Housing Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Recover the refrigerant.
  2. Remove the instrument panel.
  3. Remove the right side cowl vent screen.
  4. Remove the screws and the water shield.
  5. Disconnect the vacuum supply hose.
  6. Clamp off and disconnect the heater hoses at the firewall.
  7. Disconnect the evaporator outlet spring lock coupling. Discard the O-rings.
  8. Remove the two condenser-to-evaporator line bracket bolts.
  9. Disconnect the evaporator inlet spring lock coupling. Discard the O-rings.
  10. Remove the three nuts at the dash panel.
  11. Remove the screws and the heater outlet floor duct.
  12. Remove the evaporator core housing bolt and nut.
  13. Remove the heater and evaporator core housing.
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To Install:
  1. Install the heater and evaporator core housing in the vehicle. Secure the mounting nut and bolt.
  2. Install the heater outlet floor duct. Secure with the mounting screws.
  3. Install the three mounting nuts to the dash panel. Tighten to 53 in-lb (6 Nm).
  4. Install new refrigerant system O-ring seals lubricated in clean mineral oil. Connect the evaporator lines.
  5. Install the two condenser-to-evaporator line bracket bolts. Tighten to 80 in-lb (9 Nm).
  6. Connect the hoses to the heater core connections. Lubricate the coolant hoses with plain water only, if needed.
  7. Connect the vacuum supply hose.
  8. Install the screws and the water shield.
  9. Install the right side cowl vent screen.
  10. Install the instrument panel.
  11. Lubricate the refrigerant system with the correct amount of clean PAG oil.
  12. Evacuate, leak test and charge the A/C system.
  13. Add coolant as needed.
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Jan 08, 2011 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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Changed thermostat, no help. selector nob (defrost, floor,ect) does not change to desired location and air coming out of vent is cool but does warm up a bit with higher engine rpm


Check the two tubes leading to the heater core at the firewall. If they aren't getting hot, with the engine temperature hot, then the heater core is plugged up and needs to be flushed or replaced.

Jan 08, 2011 | 2001 Chevrolet S-10

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To replace the heater core i have to remove the dash. I am able to remove every thing but a few wire harnesses. they do not have any clips or any thing. how do i remove these? and how do i remove the...


Heater Core REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 1985-95 Models For the removal of the heater core, which is located inside the heater-A/C unit assembly, first remove the heater-A/C unit assembly from the vehicle as described later in this section. Once the unit has been removed, use the following procedure to extract the heater core:
  1. Place the heater-A/C unit on a suitable work surface.
  2. Locate and remove one retaining nut from the blend-air door pivot shaft.
  3. To remove the top cover from the heater-A/C case, the crank arm must be removed.
  4. Disconnect the vacuum lines from the defroster and panel mode vacuum actuators and position them out of the way.
  5. Remove the 3 heater-A/C unit cover attaching screws, fastened upward at the defroster outlet chamber.
  6. Remove the 2 heater-A/C unit cover attaching screws, fastened upward at the air inlet plenum.
  7. Remove the 11 heater-A/C unit cover attaching screws, fastened downward into the housing. Then lift the cover from the heater-A/C unit.
  8. Remove the old heater core from the case. To install:
  9. Install the new heater core into the heater-A/C unit case in the same position as the old one.
  10. Place the cover onto the case and secure in place with the 11 retaining screws.
  11. Install the remaining components in the reverse of the removal procedure.
  12. Install the heater-A/C unit assembly into the vehicle.
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1989-95 Models EXCEPT DYNASTY AND PREMIER NOTE: The following procedure can be used on all specified 1989-95 models. Slight variations may occur due to extra connections, etc., but the basic procedure should cover all models. Modify the service steps as necessary. Refer to the supplemental restraint system disarming procedure as necessary. NOTE: It is vital to have the A/C system discharged by a reputable automotive technician utilizing a recovery/recycling machine before detaching the A/C system. Refer to the A/C system precautions presented in Section 1.
  1. If the vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, have the A/C system discharged by a qualified professional mechanic, using an approved recovery/recycling machine.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Clamp off the heater hoses near the heater core and remove the hoses from the core tubes. Plug the hose ends and the core tubes to prevent spillage of coolant.
  4. Disconnect the H-valve connection at the valve and remove the H-valve. Remove the condensation tube.
  5. Remove the glove box, right side kick and sill panels, and all modules, relay panels and computer components in the vicinity of the heater housing.
  6. Remove the lower instrument panel silencers and reinforcements. Remove the radio and other dashboard-mounted optional equipment, as required.
  7. Remove the floor console, if equipped. Remove the floor and defroster distribution ducts.
  8. Remove the bolt holding the right side instrument panel to the right cowl.
  9. Disconnect the blower motor wiring, antenna, resistor wiring and the temperature control cable.
  10. On 1990-95 Daytona and LeBaron models, using a suitable cutting device, cut the instrument panel along the indented line on the padded cover to the right of the glove box opening. Cut only plastic, not metal. Remove the reinforcement and the piece of instrument panel that is riveted to it.
  11. Disconnect the demister hoses from the top of the housing, if equipped.
  12. Disconnect the hanger strap from the package and rotate it aside.
  13. Remove the retaining nuts from the package mounting studs at the fire wall.
  14. Fold the carpeting and insulation back to provide a little more working room and to prevent spillage from staining the carpeting. Pull the right side of the instrument panel out as far as possible.
  15. Remove the heater housing from the dash panel and remove it from the passenger compartment. If the passenger seat is preventing removal, remove it.
  16. To disassemble the housing assembly, remove the retaining screws from the cover and remove the cover.
  17. Remove the retaining screw from the heater core and remove the core from the housing assembly. To install:
  18. Remove the temperature control door from the housing and clean the unit out with solvent. Lubricate the lower pivot rod and its well, then install. Wrap the heater core with foam tape and place it in position. Secure it with its screw.
  19. Assemble the housing, making sure all cover screws were used.
  20. Connect the demister hoses. Install the nuts to the fire wall and connect the hanger strap inside the passenger compartment.
  21. Fold the carpeting back into position.
  22. Install the bolt that attaches the right side of the instrument panel to the cowl.
  23. Connect the blower motor wiring, antenna, resistor wiring and the temperature control cable.
  24. Install the remaining components in the reverse of the removal procedure.
  25. Fill the cooling system.
  26. Connect the negative battery cable and check the entire climate control system for proper operation and leakage.
  27. Have the air conditioning system evacuated and recharged by a qualified professional mechanic utilizing the proper equipment.

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How do you remove a heater core from a 2000 GMC JImmy


2000 GMC Jimmy heater core replacement in order to replace a heater core in a 2000 gmc jimmy the coolant must be completely drained and the entire dash including radio, vents and panel covers must be removed. four screws hold the top portion(closest to the windshield) in place. they can be found under the windshield defrost vent. after the entire dash is removed a safety harness under the steering column must be removed and the steering column must be dropped to the driver seat. the heater core housing(black plastic) is located right center of the dash and is a two part housing one piece on top of the other. the housing is attached to the fire wall and must detached before replacement can continue. after detaching the housing from the fire wall separate the housing by unscrewing the six screws that hold it together. the heater core is now exposed. disconnect the heater core from the two hoses and discard. installation is the uninstall process in reverse. it is a very long and drawn out process that is not accomplished in just an hour or two . make sure you have most of the day or several afternoons to finish . Good luck and take pictures with your cell phone to use as reference.

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Got heater core need to put it in,want to now how to do it the right and fastest way


In order to replace a heater core in a 1998 gmc jimmy the coolant must be completely drained and the entire dash including radio, vents and panel covers must be removed. four screws hold the top portion(closest to the windsheild) in place. they can be found under the windshield defrost vent. after the entire dash is removed a safety harness under the steering column must be removed and the steering column must be dropped to the driver seat. The heater core housing(black plastic) is located right center of the dash and is a two part housing one piece on top of the other. the housing is attached to the fire wall and must detached before replacement can continue. after detaching the housing from the fire wall separate the housing by unscrewing the six screws that hold it together. the heater core is now exposed. disconnect the heater core from the two hoses and discard. installation is the un installation process in reverse.
Good luck, it is a very long and drawn out process that is not accomplished in just an hour or two . make sure you have most of the day or several afternoons to finish . i started this and it took me 2 afternoons to take apart and put back together 

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Blown heater core in a 1977 ford f-150 pick-up


1976-79 Without Air Conditioning
  1. Disconnect the temperature and function control Bowden cables from the heater housing. This must be done to prevent damage to the cables.
  2. Disconnect the wires from the blower resistor.
  3. Remove five screws attaching the air inlet (vent) duct to the heater housing.
  4. Disconnect the blower wires.
  5. Drain the radiator and remove the heater hoses from the heater core.
  6. Remove three heater stud retaining nuts and remove heater.
  7. Remove gasket between the heater hose ends and the dash panel at core tubes.
  8. Remove heater core cover and gasket (four screws).
  9. Pull heater core and lower support from heater.

To install:
  1. Install foam gaskets on heater core and install in heater assembly.
  2. Install the core seal and cover plate.
  3. Position heater assembly in vehicle and install three stud retaining nuts.
  4. Connect heater hoses to heater core and fill radiator.
  5. Connect blower motor wires.
  6. Place defroster nozzle on heater so that the defroster and heater openings are in the up position, and there is no air leak around the seal.
  7. Install air inlet (vent) duct to heater. Push duct firmly against seal on side cowl and tighten five attaching screws.
  8. Connect wires to blower motor resistor.
  9. Connect temperature and function control cables to heater, and adjust the cables.
  10. Reinstall gasket between the heater hose ends and the dash panel at core ends.
  11. Fill Cooling System.

  12. Hope this helps you! Please remember to rate my solution.

    Lefty64

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REMOVAL
  1. Remove the heater-A/C unit from the vehicle. "Housing Assembly HVAC : Service and Repair" See: Heating and Air Conditioning\Housing Assembly HVAC\Service and Repair
  2. Remove the heater core retaining screws.
  3. Pull the heater core straight out of the housing.
INSTALLATION
  1. Install the heater core into the housing.
  2. Position the clips over the heater core tubes. Install and tighten the screws.
  3. Install the heater-A/C unit into the vehicle. Under "Housing Assembly HVAC : Service and Repair" See: Heating and Air Conditioning\Housing Assembly HVAC\Service and Repair

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Smoke coming in the vents when heater is turned on


sounds like heater core you will have to pull dash up and remove heater assembly to replace heater core it is a big job not for the faint of heart good luck

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