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Question 1966 Heater Core -- Without Air Conditioning


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I am repainting  my 66 GS and have it pretty much torn apart. The heater has not been working well so I thought while I have it part, I Would change the heater core . It is a non AC car . The only ones I can find don't look like they would work as my inlet and outlet hoses are far apart  in the heater box . What I am missing . Never done this before . See pics below .Probably  obvious to the real experts but I don't want to order the wrong thing . Thanks for the advice .

KReed

ROA 14549

PS . That is not my engine bay but hope it will look that good when I get done .

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12 hours ago, steelman said:

Ken, if you have the old one in hand it is best to take it to a radiator shop and have it re-cored. They will put your tanks on a new core and when you get it back you know it fits because it is the one that came out of the car.

 

Yep. For almost anything automotive and of a certain age, if someone will rebuild it you are better off going that way than trying to replace it.

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