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How do I get to the heater core (through the dash_, but is it on passenger side? I am having trouble getting the bolts off. Truck is Silverado 1999 Z71 (1500).

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I just replaced the heater core on my 1997 S-10. If your chevy is anything like mine, the entire dash has to come out. I recommend buying a Hayne's manual for it. Those books are life savers.

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