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Heater core location and how to replace

Where is the hearter core location on my 93 grand am and how to replace it

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Its dead center in front of the console under the dash. there is a bunch of plastic pannels you need to remove as well as the console. You will need a manual to guide you through it...it is a pain in the **** to do and too long to write everything here.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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