Question about 2002 Dodge Intrepid
That happened to me about 5 years ago. I tried bonding the top back in place, but it didn't hold. I had to replace the entire unit, which is a tedious job, as the pipe running back from the box runs under the intake manifold and is what the heater hose connects to. The dealer will know exactly what part you are talking about -- it cost me over $100 for the part. If you're handy with cars you can do it yourself. If you can afford it and want to avoid aggravation, have a shop do it for you.
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