How to Bypass the Heater Core of a 1995 Cadillac Eldorado?

just take the hoses from the fire wall, take one follow it back to the engine, take it off,and clamp the the other hose in it's place, it creates a loop with no pipe and you only have two clamps instead of four and a piece of pipe

1. 1994 buick roadmaster how to replace heater core?

1994 Buick Roadmaster

2. What test can be performed to show a heater core is really dysfunctional on a 2001 dodge light duty truck?

get the engine warm turn on the heat then feel the lines to see if they are getting hot or just alittle warm.i have had to flush alot of ford heater cores to get the junk out of them to get heat.also check your themostat.hope this helps

3. i changed the heater core in my 1999 durango but now the blower motor won't work why?

Resistors fail yes, but most of time the system will still work at full blast (cause its not asked to resist 12v to reduce voltage/motor speed). Pretty brave doing a heater core without knowing about the system. Sounds like your trying to blame a mechanic... Anywho heater core is simply a smaller radiator in your dash(fun part) now the blowing part; the dial (part 1) feeds increments of voltage to a resistor. The resistor(part 2) reads that and resists 12 volts fed to it throught higher amperage wiring accordingly and sends 2-4-6-8-10- or 12v (full blast) thru to the motor(part 3). The motor spins a, what I like to call a "birdcage", fan (part 4) Part 1 coulda failed Part 2 coulda failed Part 3 coulda failed Part 4 coulda broke (rats and mice looooove finding their way in there, usually not enough to break but it makes a super obvious jet engine noise as the fan is now outta balance as its spinning the foreign objects, mice, round and round) Using a multimeter will point you to everything but 4, use your nose and ears for that one haha Motor and fan are that funny bump right above your passengers right foot, the resistor is right nearby(follow the wiring from the motor) and you know where the dial is

4. best way to lie about a heater core problem?

Tell them that's the sound from the space age energy recovery system that you had installed, which increases fuel millage by 30%

5. Heater core on 1999 4x4 blazer, cost to replace?

just had one done on s10 1999. got a good deal of 450. it could cost up to600

6. I changed my heater core today and...?

FLUSH IT FIRST, THEN WHEN YOU REPLACE ALL THAT STUFF,YOU'LL BE STARTING WITH A CLEAN SYSTEM

7. 1999 Ford Taurus? coolant leakage observed under car between rear of engine & firewall? heater core hose leaks

1999 Ford Taurus Coolant Reservoir

8. How do you fix a clogged heater core?

you could lower back flush it, yet in all danger, it feels like your cooling equipment has not been brilliant maintained. Sediment builds in an cooling equipment it relatively is merely permit go like that. The heater center will ought to get replaced. And without air getting into the gas injection to mixture for combustion, it seems such as you have some important fix paintings bobbing up actual quickly. on the different hand, your 19 twelve months previous vehicle does not owe you something

9. Whats the average cost to replace a heater core in a car?

Depends. If its under the dash 200-1500 dollars (jeeps and some saabs) if its in the engine compartment its cheaper 200-400 or so

10. hpw hard is a heater core to change in a 98 explorer?

if its not leaking dont change it. its just clogged, try flushing it if that dont work then change it

11. The heater core thing..I didn't tell enough . The thermostat has been changed(hopefully the right one)?

What are you talking about. ? It sounds like you continued another question on this one - the net result is something that does not make sense. Let me try a guess... your heater core or your hot water hoses blew.. you replaced them and now the heat in the truck is verrrrry low.? Ok.. the thermostat does not matter. Its function is to retard the water flow thru the engine block so that the engine heats up faster. When the engine heats up, the thermostat opens and lets more water thru to keep the engine at that temperature and no hotter. You can REMOVE a thermostat and just have an engine that takes longer to heat up.. BUT IT WILL HEAT UP. Soooo.... you problem is one of several things You get some heat so the system must be connected. (but check it anyway... there should be two hoses into the heater core. One from the water pump and one returning. If that checks, remove the thermostat that everyone is so concered about, reseal the housing and check the following: a) If you replaced the core, then maybe something is faulty inside of it (a plug?). Your mechanic can test this by simply hooking your system up to a garden hose and seeing if the water flows thru it with some velocity. b) Your heater hoses are bad. Hoses can swell and plug.. same test as in #1 will tell you that. c) The heater hose clamps are not on properly. If they are not placed over the inlets, the net effect when they are tightened is to sqeeze the hose shut. Remove and reposition the clamps. (Sounds like a dumb thing does not it, but you would be surprised how many times this happens). d) Water pump is out. I doubt this.. your car would be having a major problem if it was.... its got to be one of those... Next time write a better question.... please.

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not sure exactly where the heater core is on your particular year and model, but they are usually under the passenger side dash area behind the glove box. i would start underneath the dash far to the back near the firewall and work my way up from the bottom. you should run in to it once you take off some pieces depending on how far up it is. yes you have to dismantle most up underneath the dash on that side. its not a very fun job!1. 98' BMW 328i overheating, bypassed the heater core and still over heats?BMW's do not like to overheat at all and with the rough running your describing theres a good chance you may have a bad head gasket. First be sure to get any air bubbles out of your cooling system, and that can be difficult to do on BMW's as well. Then have a shop perform a cylinder leakdown test to check for head gasket failure. Good luck and hope this helps.2. how long does it take to put a heater core in a 90 mercury cougar?think shop time is like 6-8 hours.....cas u have to pull dash completely apart3. How do you replace the heater core in a 97 lincoln mark 8?Its a royal pain in the a**, its at least a 6 hour job to take it out as you need to remove the whole dash. Usually its the blend door actuator that goes in the 97 and 98s, I have posted a link below how to do that, essentially this is halfway to the heater core. I would recommend getting a service manual off of ebay for cheap as your going to need all of the information they gave to make sure its put back together correctly. Just search the forums below for more info on your car4. Heater core or thermostat, For some reason my antifreeze is disappearing and there is no leak in sight?it either has to be leaking it or using it. did you check the floor board for anti-freeze? no heat tells me the core might be stopped up or the thermostat but for losing the anti-freeze it has to be leaking it or the head gasket is leaking into the oil or going out the tailpipe5. how to flush heater core in gmc jimmy?while looking into the engine compartment you will desire to work out the region of the heater hoses. those connect with the heater center. those would desire to be disconnected first, when you decrease the coolant point in the radiator. Any spilled antifreeze would desire to be wiped sparkling up right this moment because it is poisonous to cats and canines. as quickly because it is performed then discover the modular vent on the decrease in the truck cab. it is the place the warmth and funky air comes out on the floor point. For extra photos attempt your interior reach library vehicle reference books. they might have one you % or can get it for you6. Is the heater core in my 97 Camry bad?what your saying sounds like your blower motor might not be working. once, you turn your ignition switch to accessories and turn your dial on or slide the lever, you should hear the blower come on. what happens when you turn your a/c on ? do you get cool air out ot the vents? are the vents in the open position? if you do not , it might just be a blown fuse or no ground connection or worse scenario a bad motor. but in any case, if it were true that your heater core is damaged you should have experienced a coolant leak in your car. or unless, you recently got this car and the previous owner had the heater bypassed (or cancelled ). check if the hoses are hooked up before you have the heater core replaced , and if they are not then this means its leaking and they will need to remove the dash or part of it to get to it .hope this helped. later7. how do I replace the heater core on an 1987 oldsmobile cutlass supreme?1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass
I Have a 94 Ford Explorer Which Was Leaking Antifreeze Everytime I Used the Heater. I Replaced the W
Leaking Heater core. Heater core is on the passenger compartment of the vehicle and brings in heat to the compartment when you turn on the heater. It looks like a mini radiator. Do not drive the car if you are losing that much coolant because it could allow the car to overheat and damage the engine. Easiest fix is to simply by-pass the heater core completely. This will allow you to drive the car, but you wo not have heat inside the passenger compartment. You can replace the heater core, but typically this involves taking apart a good portion of the center console and can be labor intensive.1. Where is the heater core for a 1991 honda civic?The heater core is usually under the dash, above the passenger's feet. On a Honda, it is likely covered by a piece of black molded plastic. Remove this plastic, and you should find your heater core. As to the replacement, I have never done it in a Civic, but if Toyotas are any indication, it might be worth the labor charge to take it to the mechanic. What makes you think you need a new heater core? If it is only leaking slightly, put some Barrs Stop Leak in your radiator. Be sure and run the heater full blast while you are running the engine as instructed. This will stop a small leak, sometimes for a couple of years. How much longer are you going to have the car?2. how much do a heater core repair. cost on a mercury sable 2000.?basically you will might desire to do away with the entire sprint/steerage coulmn/midsection console if it hes one until now get entry to might properly be won .It sounds frightening yet a chiltons instruction manual from AZ on your motor vehicle will help alot.reliable good fortune3. If I have a bad heater core.would this affecet the a/c on my truck? Can I put FREON! What do the heater core?THE HEATER CORE TRANSFERS HEAT FROM THE COOLING SYSTEM TO HEAT INSIDE YOUR CAR.IT WOULD LEAK ANTIFREESE IF IT WAS BAD OR IT COULD BE PLUGED.YOUR MOTOR WOULD OVER HEAT.YES IT WOULD EFFECT YOUR AC4. how do I install a heater core on a 1991 mercedes 190e 2.6L?replacing the heater core is a massive job and $1000 sound way cheap. From the winsheild back to the steering wheel has to come out of the car, and if you are in there you should replace the evap core all vacume pods,and expansion valve, not a job for a non mechanic5. There is a valve that controls coolant flow to the heater core on the firewall. MAXIMA 97'..Where IS this??i own a repair shop,and on a maxima its located as close to the fire wall as they could get it,also it has a vacuum line connected to it ,and on some of them i have seen it inside of the heater box to where you could not get to it,but on yours you should be able to get to it and open or close it manually just make sure it does not leak,sometimes they will,,good luck i hope this help,s6. 2003 dodge ram if i flush the heater-core i get heat for about 3days then blows cold air then it will overheat?verify the coolant point and additionally verify to make valuable that the engine is heating up sufficient to furnish off stable warmth,you have got a thermostat that has long previous undesirable on it,stable luck on it7. 2000 Chevy S10 heater core replacement?No you can not go through the fire wall to get to it. I know it is a long and hair pulling job. Good luck Do not break any of the plastic its not cheap to replace.8. How do you remove a heater core for a 1979 Ford F150 (no A/C) ?its under the dash be glad its not a ranger so you have room to work9. How much does it cost to replace a 2002 Ford Explorer Heater Core?1 have you flushed it and entire system first 2 are u sure its not the blend doors or heater core valve? 3 odd to have a 6 yr old car with a bad HC 4 usual cost is 500 to 700 dollars,,,dash usually needs removal 5 is thermostat good?
How Can You Tell If There's a Leak in Your Heater Core?
most times you will smell antifreeze inside of the car and if it is leaking you should have water on the floor board1. Is heater core part of coolant bypass in Chevy 350.These are the two hoses that go to the heater core. Pointing with finger and thumb.2. What is the typical cost to replace the heater core on a 2000 GMC Jimmy?For some reason,the Dexcool coolant put in the S & T series vehicles liked to clog up the heater cores. What I do to fix this is drain as much coolant out as possible,close drain plug,put in radiator 12-16 oz. of basic toilet bowl cleaner. Take out thermostat,bolt back on thermostat housing,fill radiator with warm water. Start the engine and let run for 15 minutes with radiator cap off,keep adding warm water to keep radiator full and watch temperature gage often. Foam will bubble out radiator,let run another 5 minutes. Drain and flush out as much water/cleaner as possible. Take off heater hoses and flush in both directions. Put in new thermostat and fill with green coolant3. My heater core has been replaced 2 times already and I think it needs to be replaced again, whats the problem?Heater cores are fragile. To remove the hoses, you must cut them off or you will break the core, and when you put the new hose on use a little lubricant on the tubes so the hoses go on easly. The hoses that come from the core to the engine if allowed to bounce up and down will over a period break the tubes that go into the core. They must be tied up and/or supported to something that does not move to stabalize them. If they are too short, and do not have the room to move with the engine, and not move with the body, then they will break the core. What I mean is: attach the hoses to the fender somehow to keep them from moving up and down on the core side, and as the engine moves up and down with taking off and stoping they need to be able to move with the engine on that side of the hoses. This is not some mystery or an incompetant person installing the heater core. If it worked ok when it was installed, and a year later starts leaking, then how can one blame this on the installer? A lot of times it will be the hose clamps are loose and needs tightened up at the core. If they are too loose, then coolant can trickle down the pipe to the inside of the vehicle and cause what looks like a leaking core. Check these clamps first, and if they are tight, then suspect a bad heater core. I have also seen a core that is not sitting inside a cushion mount and will allow the core to viberate and move around, and after a while causes the core to start leaking. Changing the heater core is the fix, but one must also look for the cause, and fix this as well. If you have been through two cores in a short period of time, then I would think you have something else going on to cause this. Glad I could help. Good Luck!!!4. How do I by pass heater core in 93chevy lumina?does it have the 2.4? i think you can run a hose from one coolant pipe to the other. it's on the back of the engine under the intake5. 1994 mbz c280 heater core?The heater core is mounted "inside" the evaporator case. It's a labor intense task to replace it! The instrument dash panel must be removed for access to the Evap case. The entire cost will be high, between 1,000 to 1,800 dollars,depending where the work is done. If its a minor leak,live with it. If it's bad, then start a search for a reputable mercedes exp. repair shop. Good luck!6. Heater Core for 1996 Plymouth Voyager -LOCATION?Darn! Sprinkles bet me to it again!7. How can you tell if there's a leak in your heater core?If liquid comes out of it, and you did not do it on purpose, there's a good chance that it's leaking
I Am Trying to Figure Out How to Hook Up a Heater Core Since the Previouse Owner Bypassed It?
He most likely by passed it right in front of the fire wall where the coolant lines go through. He most likely did it cause the car has a bad heater core, you might have to take the dash out to replace it. good luck1. i have a 1990 tercel there is little or no heat I'm pretty sure its not the heater core?try putting cardboard in front of the radiator. If it warms up then then it is definately your thermostat. Good luck and God bless2. Honda civic 1998 lx having coolant problems?It could be ur heater core inside your car it's located in and under ur dash these often leak coolant inside ur car and you smell it also it can be leaking ur coolant to the point where your car overheats cuase it has no more coolant. Do a pressure test on your cooling system also3. Our car has a heater core leak, any way to minimize the steam while we get it someplace to have it looked at?to avoid the problem temporairly open hood and take out inlet and outlet hose from heater core and join both of them with one another with help of some metal pipe. this will bypass the coolant from core and get it fix when u got time4. How to loop heater core in a 1998 pontiac grand am 2.4 ?If the heater core has already been disconnected it's probably because it was leaking. Why do you want to loop them together if you've been driving like this since you bought the car? If you want to drive in cold weather and have heat get the heater core replaced. If you just have to have these hoses looped, follow them to where they connect to the motor and just run the right size hose to both connections.5. My 1994 ford ranger is leaking hot water and coolant from passenger side.?Heater core is leaking, very easy to replace yourself. Get a new one at a part store. Then drain your coolant, lower the glove box remove the hex head screws use a 8 mm or 5/16 socket, might be 10 of them, remove the heater hoses under the hood, pull the core out and reverse procedures6. how to change a heater core on a 1995 buick regal?if your cooling equipment is low on water (it relatively is in all probability what is incorrect right here) the water pump can not flow the coolant, which incorporate into the heater middle. additionally, there is no coolant working against the temp probe fooling into thinking the temp is low. Flush and fill till now you warp a head7. my car heat won't work. how do you replace the heater core in a 1996 honda accord?i cant quite explain all of it. go to your local auto parts store and pick up a haynes repair manual for your car make and model. it will give you extremely accurate and clear directions to doing it yourself8. What is the typical cost to replace the heater core on a 2000 GMC Jimmy?well the heater core usually does not cost the most in the repair as it is usually only about $30-$50. what costs the most is the labor to do it. you have to take out the whole dash just to get to it and i mean the whole dash. if you are good with stuff like that than you can do it your self and save alot of money. i would guess that a shop would charge you about $500 at least to put one in9. hi 98 dodge ram does not get up to normal operating tempand will not get hot back flushed the heater core ?Well, if the hoses are getting hot, then you can eliminate the water pump and theromostat. You may have to invest in a new heater core. Or you may want to check your heater cables for proper operation, and adjust if necessary. Also check all of your vaccumm lines. .. Espically those having to do with the heater and controls. Usually there is a temperature valve somtimes located in the heater hose, which controls the air being blown into the heater itself. But if the hoses are getting hot, I would not think this valve is acting up either. Still, none the less, it would not hurt to give the entire heating system a complete once over. It is possible that the temperature door in the heater is not moving properly, either. This would cause a no heat condition also. You can have hot hoses, but if the temperature door is closed or only partly open, well then you would have a little or no heat condition. Cause the hot air cannot get by the closed temperature door. While if it were open, then the heat would pass right through and into the heater to be blown into your interior.
Were Is the Heater Core for a 99 Lincoln Navigator?
It should be against the fire wall on the passenger side under the hood1. still minimal heat in my truck and heater core hoses are warm.?If you have a 195 thermostat installed after the motor is warmed up fully the top radiator hose should be too hot to handle with a bare hand. If it's luke warm you need a new stat. Keep an eye on the level of coolant in the recovery bottle and radiator. If the coolant is dropping drag out the heater core. Another quick test is remove the radiator cap 1/2 hour after driving. If there is no residual pressure in the cooling system the cap will come unscrewed without any pressure. That means the pressure has gone somewhere (leak in heater core.)2. Needing a new heater core? car smells like syrup?is not that radiator fluid? there may well be a leak. i could in all likelihood initiate by utilizing getting canned air & blowing your vents, sparkling w/ qtips basically to be sure it is not something very minor. How long as a results of fact the filter out's been replaced? initiate small & rule them out first.3. How often should a heater core be flushed?If the coolant is flushed and the syetem is cleaned according to manufacturers instructions the answer is NEVER4. Radiator and over flow frozen in 1996 jeep grand cherokee Please help I was stupid!!!!!!!?You need to get this vehicle inside to a warm place ASAP before you do some expensive damage to the engine. As water freezes it expands. This expansion is strong enough to damage your engine. At the very least, you could pop one or more freeze plugs. These are lightweight metal disks located in the engine block and cylinder head(s). In theory these pop out of the block to allow room for freezing water in the water jacket. If you poped a freeze plug you will want to have this vehicle towed to a mechanic for repairs. Worst case this ice in your engine can crack your engine block, cylinder head(s), radiator, and heater core. Starting the engine may not be a good idea. There is a good possibility that the water pump has ice in it. If you start the engine you could destroy the water pump and serpentine belt. Try this. Remove the fuse for the fuel pump. Open the hood and have a friend watch the water pump. Crank the engine a little. Your friend is watching for the water pump pulley turning. If it turns you are OK. Replace the fuel pump fuse. If you are on a budget, try this. If you are in a garage, open the garage door. Start the engine and let it run for a few minutes. Watch the engine for leaks. If water starts leaking turn the engine off immediately. You have damage that must be repaired immediately. If there are no leaks. Turn the engine off for a few minutes and close the hood. After a few minutes, open the hood, start the engine, and allow it to run for a few minutes. Repeat this process for as long as it takes to thaw the engine. Once the ice is melted you really need to drain all of the water from the engine and replace it with the correct mixture of antifreeze. Most engines will also have a block drain plug. Remove this plug also to get all of the water from the engine block. If you do not get all of the water from the engine it will dilute any antifreeze that you add later. Do this right away so the engine does not freeze again. $20 worth of antifreeze can save you $5000 in engine repairs. Well worth the investment do not you think?5. My car is overheating, what should I do?If the coolant level is too low it will not circulate through the cylinder head and it will overheat. If the cylinder head overheats it can warp and then you will have a permanent overheating issue when the coolant either leaks into the engine or outside the engine or the compression gets into the water jacket which can break the radiator, heater core, or pop a hose.
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