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The rear heater core is clogged, how hard is it to replace on a 1999 expedition

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About 1-2 day's job. You gotta remove the dash.Usually, it is in the center console by the firewall.

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I hade the same problem it is your blend door or blend door actuator which are easy fixes and can be accessed by taking out your glove box.

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