Heater Rebuild Kit 1965-1966

CJ's Part Number: HRK1
MSRP: $130.90

Regular Price: $120.99

Special Price: $90.74

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Product Description

Heater Rebuild Kit for 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Quickly replace your old heater and its components with an all-in-one heater rebuild kit. All components that normally need replaced in a classic Mustang are included in our kit. Once you install this heater rebuild kit, you'll be able to enjoy driving even on those chilly days.

Includes:
- Heater seal kit
- Scott Drake aluminum heater core
- Heater plenum
- Heater cable set
- Scott Drake defroster ducts (Includes four clips to mount both ducts)
- Scott Drake defroster hoses

Scott Drake's aluminum heater core is less prone to leaking than a brass/copper heater core and flows just as well. All heater box seals are included to make sure air blows where you want it to. The new heater plenum is stronger and more durable than the original to provide long lasting quality. Air is delivered from the plenum to the windshield with Scott Drake defroster ducts and hoses. Finishing off the kit is a heater cable set. Three cables handle the blower speed, temperature and defrost.

*Aluminum heater core requires removal or modification of the rubber end caps and the hose placement is slightly different
 

Installation Instructions

Difficulty

Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Fun Project!!
This was one of the most fun projects ever! Easy to do, and you can show winning results with a little extra effort. My heater box was slightly damaged, and with a little epoxy, bead blaster, and semi gloss black paint, the entire unit is brand new looking!! Not to mention operating flawlessly!
Adam Pinales September 21, 2013
Makes the heater like new!
Turns the old, worn out heater box into a nicely sealed and like new one again! The warm air goes where it is supposed to now.
Josh C. March 8, 2012
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