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If you are talking about the heater core, you won't like it. They are often really buried and I wouldn't tackle one without some hellp from a decent after-market service manual and Haynes is a better choice for most vehicles.
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You'll find a wealth of info for DIY maintenance work making it well worth the $20. You can also buy (or order) these at most auto parts stores.

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