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Heater core the two covers that go over the core itself are kinda a no brainer...but there is a triagular vacumm cylinder with 2 lines on it the i cant figure mounting position..do you know or do you know where i might see a diagram..please help.....need to get only trans going....thank you

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    no I am sorry, try a web search.

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  10. Place the cover onto the case and secure in place with the 11 retaining screws.
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This is a big job which involves discharging and removing parts of the A/C system as well as removing parts of the dash. I had the core done on a 94 Sable years ago and it was a very labor intensive and expensive job. Here are some instructions I found for a 94 Taurus which should be the same thing or similiar, but I don't guarantee that. Please note that these instructions were not tested by me and may contain errors or be incomplete in some way. For example "remove instrument panel" sounds simple but in reality is a process in itself requiring the removal of many screws. Naturally you would have to recharge the A/C and refill the coolant when done.
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Removal

1. Remove instrument panel and lay it on front seat.
2. Remove A/C evaporator housing as outlined.
3. Remove vacuum source line from heater dash panel seal (18529).
4. Remove heater dash panel seal from heater core tubes (refer to Heater Case Assembly).
5. Remove four heater core access cover retaining screws and remove heater core cover (18B300) from A/C evaporator housing.
6. Lift heater core and seals from A/C evaporator housing.
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Installation

1. Transfer three foam core seals to new heater core.
2. Install heater core and seals into A/C evaporator housing.
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4. Install heater dash panel seal on heater core tubes.
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6. Install A/C evaporator housing into vehicle as outlined.
7. Reinstall dashboard components.

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