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Can somebody tell me the best and easiest way to take out the heater coil in my 1984 silverado 3/4 ton pickup?

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  • David Ward Jan 31, 2011

    there is a panal under dash on right side take it off and heater core is right in there there is some bolt that are hard to find in panel there up in holes in panel. thanks David

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