In case of poor heating of the passenger compartment or when a cooling fluid flows out of the interior heater, it is necessary to replace the radiator of the stove due to its leaks.
Open the heater tap fully and drain the coolant from the system. Then remove the instrument panel, for this first disconnect the wire from the negative terminal of the battery. Turn the wheels so they stand straight. Then disconnect the drive cable from the gearbox and the choke rod.
Remove the heater control knobs, fan switch and detach the trim. After that, disconnect all blocks with wires, namely: block for fog lights, alarm, outdoor lighting, heated rear window, cigarette lighter lighting.
Unscrew the screws that secure the heater control panel and the visor above the devices. Carefully remove the instruments from the panel, having previously disconnected the speedometer cable, the fitting hose and the block with wires. Remove the handle of the hydro-corrector of light, pulling it towards you, and unscrew the nut that secures the socket of the corrector of the headlights. Then remove the steering wheel and switches.
Remove the ignition switch together with the steering column pipe, remove the handle from the rod (choke), and then remove the screws securing the rod guide to the dashboard. Remove the screws holding the instrument panel on the left side. Do the same on the right edge. Don't forget to mount it in the glove compartment. Then, gently pull the panel towards you and remove it.
Find the screw on the right edge of the interior heater, which secures the clamp of the draft of the damper, which is responsible for heating the glass. Unscrew it. Remove the stove radiator from the heater by unscrewing the three mounting bolts. After removing the radiator, loosen the clamps that secure the hoses and remove them from the pipes. Brush the radiator out of dust and dirt, and replace it if there is a serious problem.