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95 e150 ford cargo van heater core replacement

Can the heater core be removed from the inside of the cab ? do you have to discharge the ac system ? Aprox time involved

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  • designer9 Feb 09, 2009

    I replaced the heater core on Saturday. It really was not that difficult. I did not have to remove the dash. Just the small trim panel on the lower part of the dash held in by 2 screws. Also had to demount the abs rear brake module in the dash. The most difficult part was the original quick connect heater hose connections. All in all it was about a three hour job. No leaks. Thanks for every ones advice.



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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    sorry about the mis-information, 95 was the last year that u can get the core out without pulling the dash, should have looked it up before I put my foot in my mouth, but all turned out well.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    the dash must come out and no u do not need to discharge the AC

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yes it can be removed from inside the cab and no you dont empty the ac system

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