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How to replace heater core on 2000 chrysler lhs. i know its behind the dashboard, but is there a way around having to take out the dash to replace the core/

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How to take out my heater core in a 2000 lhs

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    • 4 Unbolt the core from its mounts behind the removed dash panel. Several bolts might be difficult to reach, but once free from the mounts, the core assembly slides up and out toward the interior of the truck. Lay a towel down when removing the core, as come coolant might splash out.
    • 5 Insert the new heater core and bolt it into the mounts. The openings will fit into the holes provided in the firewall.
    • 6 Reconnect the heater core hoses, and re-attach the dashboard and front panel.
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    • 2Pull the dashboard six inches rearward. In order to do this, you must remove the following parts; the center dash bolt (located under the defroster vent cover), the bolts under the driver and passenger kick boards, the bolt connecting the dashboard to the radio mount, and the the bolt connecting the dashboard to the rear of the glove box. The locations of these bolts are immediately apparent upon looking under the dash. Once you have removed these bolts, you can pull the dashboard rearward and secure it.
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    • 4Install the new heater core. This is accomplished by applying steps 1 through 3 in reverse order; re-connect heater core coolant line, re-install heater core box (be sure to apply silicon sealant to the edges of the box, hermetically sealing it), replace the dashboard and install bolts, and re-fill the cooling system.



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