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I have a 1989 Mercury Tracer that the heater core has gone out off. This is not my problem my problem is no one where I live can tell me where the heater core is located or how to gain access to it. Can you help??

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The heater core is inside the heater unit that is located under the dash. You remove the unit and the heater core is inside it. The job is alot of work, about 5.0 hours for a professional that has experience doing them. If you are going to try to do it yourself get a repair manual for your car, it will have pictures and step by step instructions for replacement.

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