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I need to replace the heater core in a 94 Plymouth voyager

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Drain the Coolant system low enough that coolant don't drain from the hose when you loosen the hose clamps.Make sure the system is cold and no pressure on the system. Slowly remove the Rad cap.. You can go to the dealer and buy the factory hose or to a auto parts suppler and buy the right length and size usually 5/8 or 3/4 (Cheaper)

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SOURCE: INSTRUCTION ON HOW TO REPLACE HEATER CORE IN 1998 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER

it normally takes removing the dashboard to replace a heater core.
look under hood for two rubber hoses going through your fire wall normally on passenger side, thats where the heater core will be

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