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Replacing the heater core do i fix it by taking the dash apart

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I have replaced these before. It is a complex repair and the entire dash has to come off. It is not a job for a DIY unless you are very mechanical. If you want to try it you need to get a repair manual because the steps are to lengthy to list here.

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