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My heater core went out on my lincoln town car

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  • charris1962 Jan 16, 2009

    1985 Z28 Camaro heater is leaking. I have been told you have to remove the entire dash then someone said you can remove it from under the dash.

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You have to go in under the dash to take it loose.....there are 2 clamps under the hood for the two hoses that run to it that you also have to take loose.under the dash you will have to remove the venting nera the middle of the car to get to the heater core.it takes a couple of hours to change it out.

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