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IT SHOULDN'T BE TOO DIFFICULT IF YOU HAVE THE BASIC TOOLS AND KNOW HOW TO USE THEM,YOU CAN GO TO THE AUTOZONE WEB SITE AND SIGN UP FOR THE FREE REPAIR GUIDE,THEN YOU JUST LOOK UP YOUR PART AND THEN CLICK ON THE REPAIR GUIDE WINDOW AND THEY'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO INSTALL IT.
NOT A HARD JOB WITH A REPAIR MANUAL.IT HAS PHOTOS AND INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO REMOVE HEATER CORES.YOU HAVE TO DRAIN COOLANT SYSTEM. REMOVE THE LOWER DASH TO GET TO HEATER CORE.AND YOU HAVE TO RAISE VECHICLE TO LOOSEN REMOVE HEATER CORES CLAMPS AND HOSES.
1. drain cooling system
2. disconnect heater hoses from engine side of firewall from the heater core,
3. remove nessicary dash panels and covers to access heater box.
4. unbolr heater core and remove.
5. reverse to install.
6. fill cooling system, making sure to purge the air from the cooling system.
7. YOUR DONE
No one, except someone who has replaced one on this exact same vehicle can tell you. Replacing the heater core is the easy part. Getting to the heater core is the hard part. Basically you just have to remove enough parts to allow access to the core. Take photos as you go along so as not to get confused when you reverse the procedure. This is a very labour intensive repair and for that reason it is a very costly repair. Good luck.
email me at email@example.com and I will be happy to email you pictures on how to do it. the flat rate labor time to do this repair is 7.5 hours which basically means that the whole dash must come out, also you will need to disconnect your a/c system to remove heater core.
there are 2 hoses that enter the firewall connect them together and your problem is solved just no heat for you. otherwise spend 8-10 hours ripping out the dash and spend 40 bucks on a new heater core. then 8-10 to put it back together again.