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Replace rear heater core in town and country - 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 26-10-2020

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1.drain coolant or whats left.
\0122. remove 3 rear seat belt anchors from the passenger side 2 19mm on the botton, 14mm one on top.
\0123. pop the 3 panels off, floor plate, pillar and long panel up to sliding door.(they just pop out from friction clips) the front panel toward the door has a bunch of screws under the speaker grill that just pulls out. remove about 8 screws from that panel and then pull them back and youll see the heater core pipes.
\0124. remove pipe clamp screw, and loosen the 3 nuts under the car that hold the plenum (right by the A/C line block) and the 2 10mm bolts that hold the plenum to the inside body.
\0125. break brown (OEM) heater core flange that goes under the 4 retaining clips, or else youll break the plenum clips and you are replacing the core anyway. Pull it out and remove the hoses. Its that easy. The new one will most likely have a styrofoam wrap around the edges, keep it on. Itll make the insertion very tight but I think it keeps the rattle out. Put hoses on and slide new one in. button up and your good to go. About 60 minutes. and no special tools. Cores are under $30 online but are $90 at the chain stores but are usually stocked close enough to pick up.
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