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Trying to put a heater core in a 1998 ford ranger and don't know how. Do you have a diagram to go by. step by step. thank you.

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Disconnect heater hoses. Remove glove box. Remove cover fro heater core (8mm screws) . Remove parts in way of cover. Replace heater core. reassemble. I would recommend flushing system first. Top off coolant.

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