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2003 f150 heater core is leaking . I need amanual so I CAN MAKE SURE I'M TAKING THE DASH APART THE RIGHT WAY.

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Go to Auto Zone or O'Rieley's auto parts and purchase the Haynes manual for your year, make and model. Haynes usually has a better section on the dash and heater disassembly process.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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Www.pdfgeni.com/.../owners-manual-03-ford-f150-pdf.html

www.pdfee.com/search/2009+Ford+F-150+user+manual

Here are two places to download from. The first one is better I think.
Good luck.

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