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How to replace heater core 1983 Buick Riviera

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GO TO YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE FOR A REPAIR MANUAL FOR YOUR AUTO.IF THEY DO NOT HAVE IT,GO TO HAYNES.COM.TO LOOK UP WHAT YOU NEED.

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