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Heater Core Installation

Could you please help with the instructions on how to install a Heater Core for a 1995 Buick Century Custom. We have the core just need to know how to install it. All Suggestions will be helpful. Diagrams would even be better. You can reach us at 435-790-6821.
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Bruce Smith

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1. drain the radiator
2. remove the hoses from the heater core under the hood on the passengers side. ( be sure to mark them so you know which one go's where ) plug the ends of the heater core to avoid spilling coolant when removed.
3. remove the right side under dash pannel.
4. remoe the heater floor outlet duct.
5. remove the screws and clis that secure the heater core cover.
6. remove the heater core retaining straps and remove the heater core from the housing, being carefull not to spill and coolant.
7. installation is these steps in reverse.
I hope that this is helpfull to you and that you take the time to rate this response.
thank you

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