Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
The first thing your going to have to do is take it to a repair shop and have the air conditioning system discharged.Disconnect the battery and drain the cooling system.Disconnect the heater hoses at the firewall and also disconnect and plug the evaporator tubes at the firewall and also plug the heater core tubes so that you dont spill any coolant when you take it out.Cap the evaporator tubes so that you dont get any dirt or water in them.Next you want to remove the instrument panel.Then disconnect the main vacuum line from the heater/evaporater housing to the engine.This is located above the rear of the right valve cover.Then pull the hose through the firewall into the inside of the car.Remove the heater/evaporater housing screws which includes a bolt near the top center of the unit,a nut at the top righ,a bolt near the bottom,and a nut on the engine side of the firewal.Make sure that there are no other wires or hoses connected to the housing and then pull the heater/evaporater housing out from under the cowl and remove it from the vehicle.Take out the 4 screws and the heater core cover then you can take out the heater core.Be very carefull not to tear the foam sealing material.To install it reverse everything.hope that this will help a little.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When I replaced the heater core on my 95 Suburban, I seem to remember having to disconnect the A/C lines on the firewall for the evaporator. There were also several nuts to remove on the engine firewall side from studs on the heater box that pass thru the firewall. It is definately a lot of work.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
if you have ac, its quite a job, take your time and label all the parts as youremove them, also make notations of the order you have removed them, i think the book calls for 5-6 hrs, hat is for someone expperienced , i have seen the dash diagrams and it did not help much,
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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