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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
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    florida/south carolina
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    Removing heater core: 95 firebird

    well, my car overheated today on the way to work, and there was a puddle on my floorboard of my car and a puddle behind the front passanger tire. apparently my heater core has gone bad and i was wondering if i can get some sort of walkthough on how to replace it in my firebird. do u have to take the whole dash out?? i hope not. can anyone help me out?
    1995 Firebird Formula. LT-1 6 speed, underdrive system, k&n cold air intake. SLP exhaust no cats. just got the car, list will grow

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
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    40

    Hearter Core

    Sup dude, if you haven't fixed it by now... You'll need to just pop loose the glove compartment. You need a 7mm, and use a screwdriver style-1/4"-driver to get into the tight places. There's actually a Heater core clamp holding it in place with the 7mm.
    This is one of the easiest core i've had to replace. Nice design.

    Hope this helps.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
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    florida/south carolina
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    oh well thats good to hear, i was hoping that i wouldnt have to take apart my interior to get to it. just to make sure, u are talking about a 95 firebird right?
    1995 Firebird Formula. LT-1 6 speed, underdrive system, k&n cold air intake. SLP exhaust no cats. just got the car, list will grow

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
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    40

    Heater Core

    Yeppers.

    Easy money.

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