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HEATER CORE REPLACEMENT IN 1985 CHEVY K20 PICKUP

I NEED GOOD DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO REPLACE THE HEARER CORE IN MY 1985 CHEVY K20 PICKUP

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Go to autozone.com and "Shop" for your part. When you find it look on right side of page and click on "Get instructions installing..." Then register to become a member and BINGO! You'll get your instructions.

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