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Removing a heat-core

How to remove a heat-core from a 1994 chevrolet suburban 2500?

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Not only does the dash require removal,but you will also need to completely remove the hvac module assembly from the vehicle after the dash is out of the way. the module will have to be diassembled in order to replace the core.--hvac module removal will require ac refrigirant recovery and coolant replacement.--it sounds like a lot of work but should only take you about one good saturday if its your first time around the block.---good luck.

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