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Where is a heater core located on this vehicle

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Heater core is located within the air ducting under dash. It is not the easiest thing to get to. To replace it you will have to remove the centre console and the lower half of the dash panels to get access to the air ducts. You will then have to disconnect the heater hoses on the engine side of the firewall and then remove the ducting from the side of the heater box to get to the heater core.

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My blower for heat is only blowing cold air. I have checked all fuses and have changed the thermostat. I think its the control inside the dash that regulates how cold or hot the air is


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Also, note that the heater core tubes have a valve that is replaced with the entire hose.

Also, the heater core, if plugged can be replaced as follows:
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  17. Carefully lower the vehicle.
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