He also made the rears in all the Rams. LOLBent Prop said:From what I am seeing, the same engineer who designed the transmissions for dodge must have been the same rocket scientist who located the eveporator so you have to take the entire dash out etc. One would think that they would have made an access through the firewall But then again that would make to much sense. Anyway any good mechanic out there that is familiar with this issue and repair could probably keep busy with Barners alone.
Yeah that is true because one of the other shops I called said no additional labor would be required for the heater core and that I would just have to pay for the part @ $60 to $80 bucks.MargaritaVille said:bent,
250 extra to do the heater core?? that is the same thing my dealer told me, but he also told me that he had to take the old heater core out to work on the evap.
Now a brand new heater core is not 250. They are double charging partial labor for the heater core replacement when it is actually part of the process of the AC repair.
When I started questioning it, they told me that they would lower the price. I told them to shove it right back up......
MargaritaVille said:He also made the rears in all the Rams. LOL
The guy I used is good and is a avid fisherman as well. I was more than happy with the work and it is fridged cold air.
Have you ever done a dodge? From everything I read the steering column has to come out and the entire dash.whoitd said:That is not a bad job to do tho! I have done many of them in my home garage. You should replace the heater core, because it is right there it takes an extra min or two to install. Ford is the same way.