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Heater core how do you remove the dash top 2001 spider

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  • tali80 Apr 14, 2009

    water from evaporator comming in drivers side floor from above gas pedal. evaporator line not clogged. half goes out under car, and half goes in car. 2002 mistubishi spyder gt

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Hi...
Depend of the Work that you want to do on your car.
But the commom are A/C evaporator Core and Heater core.

This prosses is Delicated due at the Caution of the Air bags System.
And Remove the Dash to Replace the Heater Core. Take aprox. 7.5 Hours labor.
And Remove and replace the Evaporator Core. take aprox. 5.6 Hours.
It's Not nessesary remove the Dash to Replace the Evaporator.

If you Are not a Mechanic, I DON'T RECOMEND TRY TO DO THIS WORK YOURSELFT.

But if you THINK you can do.
I can GIVE TO YOU the Entire prosses to do.
But GIVE ME any EMAIL adress, to send the Info. if you want.

I hope this help on your question,
Thank you for use fixya..

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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