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Old 05-18-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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97 hr endeavor heater core problem

So I have a 97 hr endeavor gasser. My problem is the heater core went to leaking. For me that's no problem. So I went the the local parts store and got a heater core for a 97 f53. Wrong!!! It's not the same heater core. How and where do i find the right one?
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Many RV HVAC are made by Evans Tempcon. You might measure yours and check with them.

Evans Tempcon, Inc - Owners Resources
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Look at one for a 96, I'll bet that's the one you need.
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Look at one for a 96, I'll bet that's the one you need.
Or take your old one to a radiator shop and have them build you one
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Old 05-18-2015, 11:11 PM   #5
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I'll check that out right now.
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Nope still not it.
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Old 05-19-2015, 08:45 PM   #7
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On my 97 Ford F53, I have a Denso cooling system. When I had trouble with my blower motor I could hardly find any information about this system and especially any parts information. Luckily my problem was just a relay and not the heater core. Good luck.
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Local radiator shop can make new one or rebuild yours depending on what it is.

Had ours rebuilt...1989 cc and looks factory.
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SCS/ Frigette also made many RV HVAC systems. Try this company Victory Climate Systems - Climate Control Products for a World in Motion
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