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how to do an internal radiator
#1
it bust the other day and now needs to be changed how do we do it? will the dash have to come out?
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#2
If you mean the heater matrix then yes, dash out job.
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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#3
Have read through the threads on the forum do a search for heater matrix. Try this for starters http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...ter+matrix
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
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#4
cheers lads! and after an evening of moaning, cursing, screaming and an all time temper we got it done took us 5 hours to do it
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#5
Well done by a stalwart member.:woop:
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#6
Well done that man, I have to say it would take me five days as I hate working on or under any dash and I'd be spending 10 minutes on the job and the next 50 minutes in the house moaning to my wife about the job.
I hate car dash work !
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#7
I absolutely love it! My pet hate is rear brake lines.
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#8
I must admit I'm with Geoff on that.As for brake lines,if I get problems I go back to the nearest sound joint & renew from there.It saves me time & blood pressure problems.Confusedalut:
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Brake lines - yes it is much more convenient especially when using a copper based pipe to replace as it saves you needing to own a professional quality pipe flare tool.
Plus of course there is one less joint as a potential leak source.
Luckily this job is largely a thing of the past with the more modern cars.
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