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I need to change the Heater core, Please help me. Thank You

1989 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4.2L

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Replacing the heatercore on a wrangler is not easy. The dash has to be pulled foward,cables have to be disconnected,heater hoses disconnected,heater housing dropped and disassembled. I suggest for you to buy a repair manual and it will guide through all the steps to perform this task.

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