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Im trying to change the heater core in a 95 Sable, i got most of the dash off with minimal difficulties, but i cant get that black plastic cover off for anything, i found a small bolt ont he back of it i think is holding it but i cant reach it, any suggestions

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I did the heater core on a 89 sable and found the haynes manual was very good info.
9.5 hours labor by the book.

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