Question about 1997 Ford Mustang Cobra
First you have to remove the entire dash assy. Once the dash is out then you remove the heater/evaperator box. To remove the box you must first disconnect the heater hoses and the A/C lines from inside the engine compartment, along with a few bolts/screws that hold the box. There may be more bolts/screws holding the box to the firewall inside the car too.(can't remember, too many makes and models.)
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