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R&R a heater core on a chev 92 s-10

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Actually, you don't have to mess with the steering column at all. Access to the heater core is through the right-hand (passenger) footwell. Haynes manual is a pretty good reference to go by. The radio and glove box require removal, as well as the air conditioning box under the dash. The heater core is mounted in the forward section of the box and is held in place by a couple of clips. Takes some manuevering to get it in place, and having a good set of tools sure helps.

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Your best bet would be to buy a hanes manual as you will have to drop the steering column and take out the dash

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