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I need to know how to replace the heater core, is it something i can handle or do i need to take it somewere?

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Usually not that hard on an older GM. locate approx location of heater core by looking for two matching size water lines that enter the passenger compartment thru the firewall from the engine compartment. go inside under dash and look for the heater core box. remove screw to open and expose the heater core

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