Question about 1999 Chrysler Cirrus
AutoZone has books on various models that are cheap (about$15 bucks) and very easy to understand. They even show diagrams and real photos. If they don't have that one, go to www.Chrysler.com They seem to know a few things about their cars--even the older models. Good luck, buddy.
PS: My motto is "Always start with the cheapest thing first."
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
I believe this model heater core is located at the lower passenger side of the dash and can be removed without removing the dash. Check your firewall side under the hood for the heater hoses and it will give you an idea of where its located on the inside of the car. Hope this helps Chris
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Detach the heater core hoses at the firewall. The two black hoses attach near the firewall on the passenger's side of the engine compartment. Squeeze the hose clamps on the end of the hoses with pliers and slide the hoses from the heater core tubes.
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