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Have no heat put new therostat i and still cold what core do i have to change

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Open the front passenger door, bend down and look up under the dash, behind and maybe above the glove box. You will see a large black plastic box, that is the heater box and the heater core is inside it. Before you start taking things apart, you may want to do a search on youtube.com for a video of someone doing it. Most likely the entire dash, or a part of it will have to come out to replace the core.

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