Fix It Right! - Evaporator Core Replacement
Fix It Right! - Evaporator Core Replacement (S1E5)
Demonstrated on a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.7L V6 4WD.
In this video, we demonstrate the process of removing everything that
covers the HVAC airbox on a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which essentially
involves having to strip the dash down to the firewall.
Essentially, this video differs from our previous videos in that in this
case we show a job that isn't really safe to attempt by most DIYers and
should be taken to a professional, and we show why it's best left to the
Removing the entire dash of a vehicle is an intensive process that should
not be attempted without extensive expertise and a comprehensive set of
tols, including AC recovery equipment and specialized tooling as necessary.
This process requires the disabling and disassembly of critical safety
systems such as airbags. AC work often requires certification - in the
United States, the Clean Air Act's section 609 mandates certification for
working with automotive AC refrigerant. Since this is a task best left to
professionals, only an overview of the process is shown without getting
*** PROFESSIONALS ONLY ***
This repair task may be difficult or dangerous to attempt. It should only
be performed by professional technicians.
*** NOT DIY-FRIENDLY ***
This task is best left to professionals.
*** CERTIFICATION REQUIRED ***
This repair task requires certification in many municipalities. Check your
local laws before attempting.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please read the disclaimer text at the start of the video
before attempting anything shown therein. Take your time, take care, and be
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Unclogging A Heater Core - EricTheCarGuy
Unclogging A Heater Core - EricTheCarGuy
There is a lot more here than meets the eye, the original video cut was
about 16 min long. As you can see we did have some fun. I may post some
of the out takes at some time in the future. I thought you might want to
cover the process here and that's what I went for.
Thanks to http://www.youtube.com/user/Davidsfarm for the procedure for this
and hopefully for letting me post this as a video response to his video.
If I think of anything else I think you need to know with this I'll post it
later, for now I have to run.
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1996 Ford Explorer AC Compressor Repair Part 2
Click the above link to find the AC Compressor or Kit for your vehicle. In
this video you will learn to replace the AC Compressor, Drier Accumulator,
and Orifice Tube
How To Install Replace Air Temperature Door Actuator Explorer Mountaineer 98-01 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to replace the vent door actuator on a 1998 Ford
Explorer. This process is the same for 98, 99, 00, and 01 Ford Explorer,
01, 02, 03, 04, and 05 Sport Trac, 01 to 03 Explorer Sport, 98 to 00 and
the 05, 06 and 07 Ranger, 98 to 01 Mercury Mountaineer, and similar for 02
to 04 Ford Expedition and 02 to 04 Lincoln Navigator.
Cadillac Evaporator Core
This is a video of us replacing an Evaporator Core on a 1998 Cadillac
Elderado. This job requires the engine and transmission to be removed in
order to gain access to the Evaporator housing.
How To Install Replace Front Hub Ford Explorer Sport Trac Mercury Mountaineer 95-05 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a worn
out, vibrating or groaning front wheel bearing hub. This video is
applicable to the 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, and 01 Explorer, the 99, 00, 01,
02, 03, 04, and 05 Sport Trac, 97 to 03 Explorer Sport, and 97 to 01
Mercury Mountaineer models.
1995-2003 Nissan Maxima: Evaporator core replacement
How to remove and replace the evaporator box on a 4th gen Maxima. Didn't
have enough time to get into splitting the box and replacing individual
components, but once it's out it's very easy.
Looks to be the same on 4th, 5th, 5.5 gens, 1995-2003.