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I have a 1991 Z28 camaro and the heater core is leaking. how do i replace it?

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Here ya go.

http://www.thirdgen.org/heatercore

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Its not an easy job?im not sure about this model but if you can see it and the two hoses are visable then it most likly can be replaced.drain the coolant and loosen the two pipes one is the in pipe the other is the out it will slide out but its not easy and you will say a lot of very bad words before its all done,but at least you will not have a pool of water on the floor the very best of luck, by the way its every machanics nightmare?.adrian,,,

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