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Looking for a Heater Core

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Hello all, have a 72 2002 that we've been slowly getting road ready. The heater core is bad so I'm wanting to get a new one but trying to find a new one is not an easy task. Anyone know of a good place? Rather just buy a new one over a used one so I don't have to worry about it quitting in a year.

I did find one on Bavauto but wanting to find other places to do some price shopping. Nothing on ebay or pelican in terms of new ones.

Thanks for any help in advance.

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I didn't since I am looking for a new one, saw some used ones in the FS threads but was hoping to find a vendor online for a new one.

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I didn't since I am looking for a new one, saw some used ones in the FS threads but was hoping to find a vendor online for a new one.

New ones are NLA since about a week ago. If Bav has one on the shelf Id grab it

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I have at least two heater cores which need to be cleaned and tested. However, I'm on vacation for 2-3 months. If you're willing to wait, when I get back home I can check them out.

Fran Ferrance

Wrightwood CA

[email protected]

1972 2002

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Have you taken you heater core to a local radiator shop to see what they can do with it? When I pulled my heater box for refurb, I took the heater core to the local radiator shop to do a pressure test for leaks and they found some very small leaks. They patched them up and ten years later, it's not leaking. Don't give up on your heater core until a radiator shop says we can't help you, it's toast. Remember, if your heater box has never been pulled, your heater core hasn't seen the light of day in about 40 years.

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/content/view/73/32/

G-Man

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