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Instructions for the Removal of the Heater Core in a Dodge Ram

The heater core of the Dodge Ram is contained within the dashboard of the truck. In order to access and remove the heater core, the dashboard must be partially dismantled. As the heater core is the component of the A/C system that warms up the air, this component is essential if you plan to use your heater.

Step 1

Open the hood of your Ram and use a socket wrench to disconnect the ground cable from the truck's battery.

Step 2

Remove the six dash bolts near the top of the dashboard, just underneath the windshield, with a socket wrench.

Step 3

Use the socket wrench to remove the two steering column bolts underneath the column then lower the steering column onto the seat.

Step 4

Pry out the headlamp switch panel, the hood latch panel and the emergency brake latch with a slotted screwdriver.

Step 5

Remove the two bolts from the kick panel on the driver's side with the socket wrench. Repeat this process on the passenger's side kick panel. Pop out both kick panels with the slotted screwdriver.

Step 6

Unplug the three wiring connectors underneath the steering column.

Step 7

Remove the two bolts from each side panel of the dash using the socket wrench. Pull the dash up and off the Dodge Ram. As it is quite heavy, you may need to have another person assist you.

Disconnect the heater core's electrical connector and remove the two bolts holding it to the firewall of the truck with the socket wrench. Remove the heater core from the Ram.

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Things You'll Need

  • Socket wrench
  • Slotted screwdriver

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If there's coolant on the passenger side floor of your ''18 Dodge Ram or if the heat is not as warm as it should be, it's probably time to replace the heater core. Get this Mopar direct replacement part so it fits right the first time.

Replacing it is a big job, but a do-it-yourselfer with the time, tools and a factory service manual should be able to do it. Set a day aside and save a lot of money compared to having a shop do it for you. You'll find a number of videos on YouTube demonstrating how to replace the heater core if you want to have a look before attempting this job.

If you're replacing the dash in your truck, it's a good idea to go ahead and replace the heater core while you're in there. You won't want to do this job twice.

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This is likely to blow your mind, so get ready. The heater core is a key part of your car’s cooling system. In theory, the coolant system in your car is very simple. The water pump sends coolant around the engine, where it absorbs heat from the hard-working motor. The coolant then flows to the radiator. Cool air is blown across the radiator, lowering the temperate of the coolant inside. The coolant can then return to the engine to absorb more heat. By doing this repeatedly, the engine stays at a safe and operable temperature, which is good for everyone. Hot engine coolant also flows through the heater core, which is a type of heat exchanger. Air is blown across the heater core by a blower motor, allowing heat to transfer from the coolant into the cabin to keep you toasty. As with so many parts of your car, time and stress can take their toll on the heater core, and eventually it might die on you. And then your engine cooling system, and interior heating system will both be compromised.

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Leaks inside the car

Cars use a lot of liquid, so leaks aren’t that uncommon. The heater core, however, is the one component in your car that will leak inside of the car. You’ll likely notice it as a puddle underneath the dashboard, though you might see it slowly dripping from the dash as well. Either way, that’s a sign that your heater core is having a tough time. Similarly, you may not notice the sight of the liquid, but you might notice the smell of it. If you smell coolant in your car, it’s probably the heater core.

Heater isn’t working

Your car’s cabin heater depends on the heater core in order to work. Without the heater core, there’s no way for the climate controls to actually get hot air. So, if the heater core fails, your car won’t have any hot air, or perhaps will have only a tiny amount of hot air. Fine in July. Not so much in January.

Windows are fogging up

Your windows may fog up for two reasons if your heater core fails. First, the car often relies on hot air when defrosting the windows, so it will struggle without that air. And second, the leaking coolant can cause a slight steam that will fog the windows to the point where you may not be able to see out of the windshield.

Coolant levels are low

Look, I’m not going to tell you how to spend your time. I’m just going to tell you that it wouldn't hurt to take a few minutes to check the fluid levels in your car. You might spot small issues before they become big issues. If you notice that your coolant level is low, you probably have a leak somewhere. That leak may be from the heater core.

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Or, you can just do it the less responsible way, by not monitoring your coolant level, and just waiting for your engine to overheat. Your choice.

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