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No heat or even air comming from the dash of my 1996 plymoth neon

Water leaking from under dash board under were heater core is no air no heat is it the heater core i need to replace an if so can you tell me how

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Yes its bad you have to take the dash out

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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