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How do i change the heater core in a 04 landrover freelander

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The heater core is a very troublesome job. You need to remove the shifter cover, center console, radio, a/c assembly and remove the entire dash. The heater core is located under the dash in the center of the cab. This is a pretty big job. My dealership charges 9.0hrs for this job. If you are planning on doing it the very best thing you can do is first to get a manual for the vehicle.

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