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How do i replace the heater core on a 96 f-150 extended cab lariat

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Open the glove box and bend the 2 tabs and fold the glove box door down, you will then see a plate with 6 to 8 screws, remove the plate, drain the cooling system, remove the heater hoses and pull the heater core out, reverse procedure to put back together

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