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    jford55 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Red face 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    I'm new to the club, and glad I found it. So many things I fix on my 97 STS are simple take off and replace. Now this summer the heater core blew... so I simply by passed it until I would need it this winter. Well here we are in winter. Does any body out there have the procedure for the removal and replacement for my 1997 Seville STS. Please!!

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    stsgus is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    Your not gonna like this, from what I have read on this site, you will need to remove the steering wheel and dash. 5-6 hour job if you know what you are doing. I live in FL, so I decided I would go without heat...lol


    search - heater core in this forum, there is good info on here.

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    jford55 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    I have been searching this forum and haven't found anything definitive as to specific years of car. I read one post on a 98 Deville and said it could be done through the glove box. I was hoping to find the same for the Seville.

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    Re: 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    Jford is right from what I have heard you can get to the heater core by removing the glovebox and a few other parts rather than removing the entire dash. This has been done on a 96 Eldo which is has pretty much the same interior as the 97 STS just with 2 less doors.

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    Re: 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jford55 View Post
    I have been searching this forum and haven't found anything definitive as to specific years of car. I read one post on a 98 Deville and said it could be done through the glove box. I was hoping to find the same for the Seville.

    "Search" is an actual means of finding what you want,you will find a number of options just a bit above this post,click on "search" and enter heater core.

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    jford55 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Thumbs down Re: 97 STS heater core removal Help!!

    Yeah well nice try...

    Tried the search for heater core and nothing comes up. I guess this site just doesn't have the knowledge for this type of issue, sounds like most of the post are more for cosmetic items. I'll keep looking for a better tech. site.

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