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Old 11-07-2005, 23:01   #1 (permalink)
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heatercore replacement

I have a 2000 olds Bravada and need to replace the heatercore; I'm pretty
much a "diy" and believe I can do the job if I just take my time and do it
step by step,Id just like some advice before I start,any suggeston will be
greatly appreciated. THANK's


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Old 11-08-2005, 08:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: heatercore replacement

I'm intrigued by the thought that, later on, the poster wont be able to
find his question, let alone an answer.

Heh.....

"My Bravada via CarKB.com" <u15526@uwe> wrote:

> I have a 2000 olds Bravada and need to replace the heatercore; I'm
> pretty much a "diy" and believe I can do the job if I just take my
> time and do it step by step,Id just like some advice before I
> start,any suggeston will be greatly appreciated. THANK's
>
>




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Old 11-08-2005, 15:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: heatercore replacement

"My Bravada via CarKB.com" <u15526@uwe> wrote in message
news:570a93d0a771f@uwe...
>I have a 2000 olds Bravada and need to replace the heatercore; I'm pretty
> much a "diy" and believe I can do the job if I just take my time and do it
> step by step,Id just like some advice before I start,any suggeston will be
> greatly appreciated. THANK's


Step 1 - Navigate to a newsgroup that gives a shit about an Olds Bravada!

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Old 11-08-2005, 18:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: heatercore replacement

John wrote:
> "My Bravada via CarKB.com" <u15526@uwe> wrote in message
> news:570a93d0a771f@uwe...
>
>>I have a 2000 olds Bravada and need to replace the heatercore; I'm pretty
>>much a "diy" and believe I can do the job if I just take my time and do it
>>step by step,Id just like some advice before I start,any suggeston will be
>>greatly appreciated. THANK's

>
>
> Step 1 - Navigate to a newsgroup that gives a shit about an Olds Bravada!
>



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Old 11-09-2005, 05:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: heatercore replacement

Hi

I've relaced many a heater core. Its not too bad a job once
you get going. The easiest one was a 83 mustang with dealer installed ac.
First thing I would do is disconnect the heater
hoses and connect them together with a small pipe. Then you can
work on the core while still using the car.

Fred

"My Bravada via CarKB.com" <u15526@uwe> wrote in message
news:570a93d0a771f@uwe...
>I have a 2000 olds Bravada and need to replace the heatercore; I'm pretty
> much a "diy" and believe I can do the job if I just take my time and do it
> step by step,Id just like some advice before I start,any suggeston will be
> greatly appreciated. THANK's
>
>
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Old 11-09-2005, 05:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: heatercore replacement

Fred V. wrote:
> Hi
>
> I've relaced many a heater core. Its not too bad a job once
> you get going. The easiest one was a 83 mustang with dealer installed ac.
> First thing I would do is disconnect the heater
> hoses and connect them together with a small pipe. Then you can
> work on the core while still using the car.



I must have done a dozen or two heater cores in fox Mustangs. What a
complete pain in the ass. It takes the better part of a day to rip out
the dash, change the heater core, then reassemble.
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