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Replace heating core

I havea 19+98 Chevy S10 Truck. I have the dash out but can't get the heating core out. Please help me with this problem.
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The heater core is on the passenger side by the floor . take the 8 bolts out and disconnect the wires and put new one in. hope it helped you out

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