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Thread: Heater core O-ring 99' P38

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Aurora, CO

    Default Heater core O-ring 99' P38

    I have a heater core O-ring leaking antifreeze onto my passenger floor well and was wondering since I will be taking the entire dash out if anyone can think of anything else I should replace while I am in there? It a 99 P38 4.6
    Joshua 95D90 NAS SW
    Bleedin Green

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Philadelphia, PA

    Default Blend Motors

    Ensure that the blend motors are in working order. Dealer wants 10 hours labour for these and 4 hours for the O-rings.

    Http:// has a good tutorial for replacing the rings. The entire dash does not have to come out using slight modifications to center support brackets.
    1990 RRC, 3.9L, AUTO "Willow Pond" (Sold)
    1996 D1, 4.0L, AUTO "Lucas"
    1999 RR, 4.0L, AUTO "Belle" (Sold)

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