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INSIDE WINDOW FROST

WOW DO YOU CHANGE THE HEATHER CORE

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You have to take the under part of the dash loose to get to the heater core and there are two hoses under the hood that connect to the heater core. id take those loose first and then wok on the inside part of it, its going to be right under the center of the dash down low. its hard to get to but thats what you have to do to change it out.takes a couple of hours to do it .

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