Thanks to Jon (obviously a very brave man)
for this comment,
which is definitely not "hot air"...
had to tell someone that I replaced my own evap core last week. Took
for a very experienced shade tree mechanic. Mostly just had to take
up and label all parts (screws & fasteners) as well as writing down
each step and how
it took. This was the most difficult repair I have ever done - and
I have rebuilt engines
However the air is now ice cold, though it has only been a week...
I bought the parts from Swedish Engineering. Great guys, they give
even faxed me the instructions for the repair out of their copy of the
manual. Also, their price was fantastic, about $320 for the complete
unless you consider yourself an expert home mechanic, I agree with everyone's
let the pros handle this one. But if you are bold - well I wish you
and very cold air!