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How do you take out the dash so i can replace my heater core Please help any info please

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This is no party, but can be done. There are about 5 bolts that go through the firewall. First remove the glove compartment, this will give you much better clearance to see. Some bolts come out from the out sid, some from inside I think they are around 7/16ths or ten mm's Asuming youve drained the radiator, remove the inside engine cover IF it has one. The rest will become obvious. Be very careful not to damage the inlet/outlet tubes when reinstalling. Let me know if this helped. P.S. you have to use a roll-out type process to get at the core. In other words you roll the whole unit bottom first towards you.

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