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On cavalier and sunfires, the whole dash has to be removed to get the hvac unit out, steering column and all, they easy to get out after the dash removed, you will need a day or so for the whole job. after the hvac unit is out, you have to take it apart, there may also be a access door where the heater core sits that you may pull the heater core out.

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