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Old 02-26-03, 04:50 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Lightbulb fyi - european heater core list


frigair replacement heater cores and automotive air con stuff

this is an italian company that make heater cores for most european cars.
they list dimensions on all types.
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Old 02-26-03, 05:28 AM   #2
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Hey not bad... nice reference! They list car radiators and intercoolers too hehe.

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Old 02-26-03, 05:35 AM Thread Starter   #3
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i bid for a citroen saxo heater core on ebay and wanted to know what size it was so i used google to search for the part number and hay presto one list of heater cores.


i won the auction and got a brand new heater core for 10.

it's big enough to fit 2 12cm fans but a little to big for my case.


the partnumber h00024 looks like a good size core to fit most cases. you can find them in opel cadets but i think there called something else in the uk.
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Old 02-26-03, 07:31 AM   #4
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Hey, very good linkage. Much needed for guys across the pond. I might show it to airspirit and see if he can do a dbase for it like he did US models.

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Thanx for that very helpful
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Old 02-26-03, 06:43 PM   #6
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i bid for a citroen saxo heater core on ebay and wanted to know what size it was so i used google to search for the part number and hay presto one list of heater cores.


i won the auction and got a brand new heater core for 10.

it's big enough to fit 2 12cm fans but a little to big for my case.


the partnumber h00024 looks like a good size core to fit most cases. you can find them in opel cadets but i think there called something else in the uk.

the opel kadette is a vauxhall astra in the uk. Is it made of copper? if it is then im gonna get one of those cores coz weve got 2 astras waitin 2 be junked hehe.
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Old 02-27-03, 02:09 PM Thread Starter   #7
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the one thing the web site does not show is what the cores are made of.
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astra hey!! i know which car il be hunting tomorrow
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Old 02-27-03, 04:02 PM   #9
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Loads of Citroens use copper cores so i'm going hunting tomorrow to find a good one, any luck i'll report back.

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astra hey!! i know which car il be hunting tomorrow
hey if u do find one, let us know whats its made of.
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Old 02-27-03, 05:57 PM   #11
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No Pictures availble in that link
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Old 02-27-03, 06:07 PM   #12
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the one thing the web site does not show is what the cores are made of.
If you look carefully under the coloumn next to O.E you se r/a or al/pl

Here is what there description

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Old 02-28-03, 02:57 AM Thread Starter   #13
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so the kadett / astra or corsa are all copper and good size too.

well spotted goingh20
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Pretty good site considering it does not have pics.

But at least we have a shopping list
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Old 02-28-03, 06:14 AM Thread Starter   #15
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if you open the pdf version you get pics at the bottom.
i will rip the pics and put links to them here today
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The pictures are towards the end of the PDF files, with the model numbers as captions.

Your pic doesn't show for me, but pasting this URL worked:

http://www.geocities.com/trancefr3ak/Description_For_Materials.jpg

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So in your opinion what would be the perfect core?

I see most of them look weird opposed to the very nice looking chevy's
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i have a citroen saxon core the same version on the web site is h0003

it works very well but is a bit big for my case and made of ali.

it looks like the models 20023 / 24 or the ones to go for. they can be found in mk1 astras and i think the corsa is called nova's here i am not sure.

they are both good size and made of copper.

i am going to a breakers saturday to find one.

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So in your opinion what would be the perfect core?

I see most of them look weird opposed to the very nice looking chevy's
There are so many to choose from... have you taken a look at the car radiator section? Now *those* look weird! Several have plastic containers on them too lol. I'd choose a ~18x16x6mm copper core, if I had to choose.

To be honest I didn't bother to find an European core myself, I just got a "known good" american one from DTEK. =)

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Is the sizes listed the size of the cooling surface or is it the total size of the heater matrix.
I was looking at No.34 from the audi its copper and would fit across the top of me case . It would take 2 120mm fans being 275*154*40. So it should have plenty of cooling area.

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