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CHANGE HEATER CORE IN A 1989 CHEVY S-10 P/U

NEED TO KNOW THE LOCATION OF THE CORE. uNDER HOOD OR UNDER DASH?

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Under the dash. the dash will have to come out and the steering column will have to be droped down. your local parts store will have a book on your vehicle that will give you detailed instructions to help you

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