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Replacement of heatercore

How to replace heatercore for a 1996/1997 buick skylark

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    u pull the entire dash out, a very long and involved process, suggest u get a manual.

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I believe you have to dissassemble the lower part of the hvac unit under the dash to gain access to the heater core, then disconnect the hoses at the firewall and remove the heater core.

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