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CARQUEST Heater Core

Part No. 398294 Warranty Details  

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All heater cores are designed and tested to match or exceed OE specifications for form, fit and performance with a clear focus on obtaining the highest heat transfer performance possible through use of quality materials and manufacturing processes to ensure optimal heating.
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Construction:Aluminum
Core Height:8 5/8 in
Depth:2 in
Inlet Connection Type:Oring
Inlet Diameter:3/4 in
Outlet Connection Type:Oring
Outlet Diameter:3/4 in
Thickness:2 1/2 in
Width:5 1/2 in

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CARQUESTHeater Core
 
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"Don't buy this product as replacement".

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from Valley Cottage, NY

About Me Jack Of All Traits, Mechanic

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Pros

  • Cheap Lightweight
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Difficult To Install
  • Soft Made Of Aluminum

Best Uses

  • None
  • Replacement

Comments about CARQUEST Heater Core:

The oem part is made of copper. This one is made of aluminum. The flange or flared ends are bigger and thicker than the oem part that is whhy it's very hard to install. The locking clip would not go in and the hole of the pipes are a bit smaller that the oem part. That's why I ended up using two hose clamps rather than the oem clips and use a high temp RTV silicone gasket to seal the pipes from leaking.

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  • Q:

    What metals, exactly, are used in this heater core? The description is extremely vague about that. It says "long-life alloys". Is it aluminum, brass, copper, steel?
    Asked on 8/17/2010 by will from Keyport, NJ

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      I believe that this is aluminum.

      Answered on 8/17/2010 by Mike from AAP
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