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To replace a heater core, remove the original heater core, transfer all necessary parts to the new one, put the new core in the correct location and reinstall all essential parts, according to PartSource. Gather antifree... More »

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To install a heater core, remove the defective heater core, attach the replacement heater using screws, and reconnect the intake and outtake hoses to the core. Change other broken engine parts if necessary. More »

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To replace a heater core, disconnect the negative battery cable, wrap the end of the cable in a towel, and keep the cable away from the battery. Drain the radiator, and locate the existing heater core. Disconnect the hos... More »

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Inexpensive heater core replacements can be found at online vehicle replacement parts websites, such as Auto Parts Warehouse and Parts Train. As of 2014, heater cores are typically either aluminum or copper, although alu... More »

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To repair a blown head gasket, drain the coolant, remove the relevant components to access the gasket, detach the cylinder head and clean it, replace the blown gasket head with a new one, and replace the parts. To avoid ... More »

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To install a Dodge block heater, remove the core freeze plug from the engine block, install the block heater into the freeze plug hole, and connect the heater to a power source. There are different types of block heaters... More »

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As of 2015, the average cost of replacing a heater core ranges between $562 and $732. Labor costs run from $467 to $590 and parts cost $95 to $142. More »

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