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  1. Drain the cooling system to a level below the heater core.
Disconnect the coolant hoses at the heater core tubes.
  1. Remove the glove compartment.
  2. Disconnect the temperature and function cables.
  3. From inside the passenger's compartment, remove the 7 screws that secure the heater core access cover to the plenum chamber. Remove the cover.
  4. Remove the heater core.
  5. Installation is the reverse of removal. Replace any damaged sealer. ... and if your having a problem tiring to get the heater core itself you have to wiggle it till it clears ..they can be a real pain to get out.

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