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Old 09-08-2008, 07:37 AM   #1
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Default 1990 honda accord heater core

if some one would like to help me and explain to me were the heater core is on this car or any links to some diagrams or something, any help greatly appreciated

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Default Re: 1990 honda accord heater core (schoolsforfools)

Drain coolant, disconnect hoses at firewall, remove cluster trim, console, dash, stereo, heater/ac control assembly, remove the heater housing, and the core cover, pipe clamp screw, and finally the core. Sounds like it's in the center behind all the console stuff.

Legend to the diagram is at: http://www.hondaautomotivepart...h.jsp

Core is #4

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thanks also is there anyway i can test it to see if thats my problem because i have no heat and i already bought a new valve thing that opens and shuts on the heater hose right before it goes on to the fire wall
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Default Re: 1990 honda accord heater core (schoolsforfools)

you first need to see if the inlet to the water valve is getting hot ? also make sure you have the correct hose going to the valve.i have seen a few problems with heaters and the cutomer did repairs them self's and got the hose placed in the wrong port.
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