If the floors are not sopping wet and this continues is there any reason to not believe this is the heater core with pinhole or crack as the issue for the window fogging?
NEW WAY TO REPLACE HEATER CORE WITHOUT DASH REMOVAL ARTICLE
I did a search online and found and article from MACS, which seems reliable to me. It shows how to replace a heater core on my car without the dash removal which would be very nice! As I have removed dashes before and would rather not if not needed.
Can you please review this article to and let me know if anything does not seem correct about it or a big red flag. As I will be using this to guide me through it.
There is a mechanic who found a way to do it without dash removal, in 1996-1999 Taurus / Sables.
Do these instructions look sound?
Also, I have replaced a total A/C system on my truck which requires oil/fluid add to the system. Am I correct that when replacing a heater core no fluid adds will be needed, but on the part replacement?
Thank you for your help !
Sunday, January 16th, 2011 AT 5:54 PM