Heater core replacement with ac

Discussion in 'Small Block Tech' started by maseusmc, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. maseusmc

    maseusmc Gunny G

    Good afternoon, I need some help with repairing the heater core. I bought a new OE heater core and blower from Napa. The blower does work but I figured since I'm replacing the heater core I could replace the blower also. The reason why I'm replacing the heater core is because I noticed liquid on my front passages floor board. Could someone please give take time out of their day and give me a run down on how to repair both items. This is for a 65 Buick Skylark 2d.
  2. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    Mine is none ac but had to pull inner fender to get to blower and heatercofe came out from interior.
  3. Doo Wop

    Doo Wop Where were you in '62?

    No fender removal required.

    Courtesy of The Old Guy.

    "The Old Guy said :Here we go again!! The manual says to remove the fender, but if you look at the plastic cover over the assembly on the inside of the car, you will see in the bottom right hand corner, a round emboss. If you drill a 5/16 hole through the middle of the emboss, you will take out the stud that requires the fender removal. Then follow the directions in the manual and you can pull the core. When reassembling the unit, a little dum-dum in the hole will disguise what you did, and the three remaining bolts hold the assembly just fine."
  4. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    I do not think that will help blower motor change. I could be wrong since you have ac.

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