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How do i replace the heater core in my 1999 buick century. and how do i disconnect the airbag to avoid acidentally deploying it

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Hi there,
Well the heater core is located under the dash on the passenger side, usually cased in a plastic housing.You may have to remove the glove box in order to have access to. And when you get to the point, when you are disconnecting the coolant lines and remove the core you use some clothes to protect the carpet as fluid may drip. Post comments for further help or information........
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  • 2Place a drain pan under the radiator. Open the radiator cap. Open the radiator drain on the bottom of the radiator and the two coolant drains near the oil pan. You can reuse the coolant unless it appears cloudy and contaminated. Close all three drain openings once all the coolant has drained from the system.
  • 3Disconnect the inlet and outlet hoses of the heater core inside the engine compartment using a socket wrench. Be prepared to catch or wipe up any coolant that drips from these hoses. Drain the coolant from inside the heater core.
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  • Read more: How to Replace a 1998 Buick Century Heater Core ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7315216_replace-buick-century-heater-core.html#ixzz1ZCAFz2g4

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    1. drain the radiator
    2. remove the hoses from the heater core under the hood on the passengers side. ( be sure to mark them so you know which one go's where ) plug the ends of the heater core to avoid spilling coolant when removed.
    3. remove the right side under dash pannel.
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