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Wherre is the heater oil on a 1992 buick lasabre located. How do you change one

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  • Salvador Quintanilla Nov 07, 2010

    The heater dose not contain oil.What problem are you having?

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The heater core is in a plastic box more or less above the passenger foot well and behind the dash and glove box. generally the dash has to come out, have a shop do this for you. look for a shop which does heating and air conditioning work so they are familiar with pulling dashboards and any shortcuts.

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