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Heater core removel process on 2006 buick lacrosse

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Take it to a shop .not for the novel handy person,special tools requied,sorry

Posted on Dec 05, 2011

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Well I am trying to find where the bolts are located for the heater core door or do I have to remove the dash


not knowing the make model and year it is hard to say
however as all cars are assembled in the factory with the heater core already installed , it generally becomes easier to remove the dash to exchange the heater core
talk with a radiator shop or a service center for how to do it

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Remove both hoses and flush from bottom (warm) connection using medium hose pressure. Flush until clean water runs easily through. If this doesn't do it, time to replace heater core.

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THIS IS A JOB FOR AN EXPERIENCED MECH. TAKE IT TO A MECHANIC WHO DOES SIDE WORK.

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I strongly recommend you take it back to the dealer and ask for help.
If it is something they damaged, and you have another shop repair it, the dealer is then off the hook for responsibility.
The problem could be a blend door under the dash, or the heater core may not be getting proper coolant flow.

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The heater in my 2007 buick lacrosse is barely giving enough heat/ What is the problem?


First check the radiator and make sure it is full....If not fill
check your hoses that go to the heater core to see if they are leaking....Your heater core might be bad which is most likely the case.

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Heat guage shows normal temperature but heater throws cold air. Problem gets a bit better as engine is reved.


The heater core could be plugged up. Try to flush the heater core out, or replace the heater core in order to fix it. Also, check the heater core for hotness at two 1" diameter tubes at the firewall. If they're hot, then the blend door may be causing the problem.

Good luck on this repair.

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Have the heater core checked. You most likely need it replaced.

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