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...cable, as I see it open and the heater core inlet hose gets hot between the valve and the fire wall. Is the small leak in the core creating all these problems? Can I test this by just bypassing the ...

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...heater hose and follow them from the motor.By the look of the part it is cable controled,and has a mounting bracket.It also has two hose nipples that connect at 90 Deg angle.May have a broken ...

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Question about 1995 Prizm

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How do I replace the heater core? u need 2 take off all the screws and maybe sum cables under the cubbyhole and take out the plastic heater housing. its inside of ther. can take about 8 hrs 2 change

...up.if there is a noticeable difference in the temp,your heater core is plugged up and will need to be replaced or possibly flushed out. Also check the temp cable to see if it goes all the way to ...

Question about 1991 Prizm

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...heater Hvac switch assembly? you dont, at the levers, ever. it's in the manual, and is online. nut shell you remove the bezzel then the screws on the selector its not free. you unclamp each cable at ...

Question about 1991 Prizm

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...cable is rendered useless. use tie warp to clamp this floating sheath to any near object. done many. on old cars, i back flush all coolant paths and test the water valve if found. then when all ...

...heater control from 1996 Geo Tracker the FSM is free go here http://www.fixkick.com/ the control is cable drive, why remove that? then each cable end must be removed, and is tedious. (clamps, and ...

...cable. Drain the cooling system. Remove the three duct mounting screws. Disconnect the duct between the blower assembly and the heater unit. Remove the five screws attaching the mode control case to ...

...cable. Drain the cooling system. remove core hoses passing thru fire wall. Remove the three duct mounting screws. Disconnect the duct between the blower assembly and the heater unit. Remove the five ...

...cable. Remove the heater control unit from the instrument panel. Remove the mode and temperature control cables at the heater case. Remove the cables from the vehicle. Remove the fresh/recirculate ...

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