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Need to replace my front evaporator core in my 2000 Ford Expedition, What is the best way to axcess it and remove it. your help would be very appreciated ! Thanks, Rlissekam

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Leave the job up to a proffesional these kind of problems can be complicated. but if you must start at glove box then remove dash.

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