Welcome, new guy. For the sake of any other readers, the quote above was from a PM. I didn't see any reason the question or the reply should be private, so I'm routing the discussion back to the forum rather than responding via PM.jmonaldi said:New guy here. I have a 88 Trooper I desperately need a heater core for. I'm not picky. The dash is out. Do you know what kind of ford equivalent or a source for a used/new Trooper heater would be? I already have an inline heater valve installed. Thanks.JoeIsuzu said:JLEMOND has new ones. They're pricey, but Jerry makes less than the dealer on them.
If you can't do the new one, then a core from any Trooper up through '91 will work. Some have modified a Ford truck core, but it does not exactly fit the heater box--and it requires an inline heater valve.
You quoted my post where I gave the source (JLEMOND) . Then ******* said the same thing (although misspelled).jmonaldi said:Do you know what kind of ford equivalent or a source for a used/new Trooper heater would be?
This core has been spoken for, so it's no longer available.JoeIsuzu said:Jim decided to go for a new core, but I pulled the '91 Trooper core anyway. There was no sign of leakage on the heater box, the carpet, the core, or the valve. This one looks as good (cosmetically) as any I've pulled. If anybody wants it, lemme know. $50 plus shipping.
If nobody needs it now, I needed a spare anyay.