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Coolant leaking from heater area, by fire wall. Is heater core bad? Where is it and is it hard to replace.?

Trying to locate core but canot seem to find it? Is it under dash? Thanks all

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Usually located in dash area ,some are in eng compartment area like jeep 77 cherokee, was easy to change, some are a pain ...... get the repair manual or met on u tube find video of your car

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