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Help me locate a heatercore

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J-Spot

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Jan 10, 2003
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Montreal, CAN
I live in Canada so my best bet so far for locating a heatercore has been Canadian Tire. One problem though is that I want a '77 Bonneville HC and the CT system doesn't have a bonneville until 1987. I'm thinking maybe GM pulled something again and either never sold the bonnie here or sold it under another name (likely a Parisienne but I can't be sure).

Could those of you that have done quite a bit of HC research let me know which vehicles have the proper fedco core for my needs? Right now I'm leaning towards the 10min-moddable one from weapon's guide (2-199).
 

fhanderson

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Jan 14, 2003
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Parma, OH
I just checked the part nos. for the 87 and 77 Bonneville HC and they are the same. The 87 should be OK. There is a different between the w/AC and wo/AC. You can compare part nos for different yrs at www.napaonline.com.
 

weapon

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May 20, 2003
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J-Spot said:
I live in Canada so my best bet so far for locating a heatercore has been Canadian Tire. One problem though is that I want a '77 Bonneville HC and the CT system doesn't have a bonneville until 1987. I'm thinking maybe GM pulled something again and either never sold the bonnie here or sold it under another name (likely a Parisienne but I can't be sure).

Could those of you that have done quite a bit of HC research let me know which vehicles have the proper fedco core for my needs? Right now I'm leaning towards the 10min-moddable one from weapon's guide (2-199).

Fedco 2-199
Pontiac Bonneville: W/O AC: 1981-77 All: 1976-71
Pontiac Parisienne: W/O AC: 1989-82
It is used on a lot of different models - most GM cores are like that.