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1978 chevy scotsdale heater core

I am seeking proper instructions on how to properly replace a heater core in a 1978 chevrolete scotsdale pickup any guidance would be greatly appreciated

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    no ac at all

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Does it have a/c,,not hard to do ,,pull glove box,,there are some screws be hide it u need to get out,&any other that hold the heater core cover & blower assembly on

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

Testimonial: "ill give it a shot no ac just never changed one and it has leaked all over inside ty ill go have a go at it"

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