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How do you change the heater core and how much of the dash do you have to take off in order to get the heater core

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    U will need to remove then entire dash Assembly from the car to access the heater core.

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Hmmmm think this is the same i have done b4 u change frm under the hood pass side not a bad job bout 45mins cant b-done frm inside the car due to AC coils

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