92lover wrote:i'm going to wear out my welcome here...
92lover wrote:...its SoCal, who needs heat?
92lover wrote:Whats the "sensor" looking thing connected to one of the lines?
92lover wrote: Second, how big a hassle is it to change the core if its bad??
92lover wrote:...and could this "rigged" system affect my temp gage, cause it barely climbs into the normal range, even after driving for nearly an hour.
gadget73 wrote: and thanks to someone's wonderful design, the drier is part of a hose assembly thats some $150. There is a reason why my OEM heater core has been sitting in it's box for 2 years now. I've heard of people shortcutting this by cutting a hole in the box to slide the heater core out without removing the evaportator, and then taping it back together but I absolutely refuse to do it that way.
metalriff wrote:Where is the sensor located that tells the fans to work when its up to temp? Engine is up to temp and both hoses warm but no fans will come on. Anyway to jump it or ground it out to bypass it? My kid is stranded with no heater fans and no tools. Thanks
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