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Heater case i have a 2001 mercury sable, and i'm trying to locate the heater case. i'm having trouble with my heater and i am going to have to change the servo moter and the temp blend door. aslo do you know how many hours this job will take, if i did it my self

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About 2 hrs and it is located eather below or behind the glovebox

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