Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
B4 assuming the core is bad,gounder the hood,and diconnect the two hoses that connect to te core. use a garden hose and alternately spray into both sides of the core.till you get clear water running out of it. mos times it is jut clogged with sludge. if yo have to remove the dash...then remove every single screw you see that is in the dash and everything that attaches to it. then GENTLY pry along the edges till you pop all the plastic retainers out. it should the come off as 1 piece.
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