Question about 1991 Ford Econoline
Heater core is correct dignosis. is it leaking in floorboard? it's located on passenger side under dash, the glove box will need to be removed,that will expose the heater core box. you'll need to disassemble the box that contains the heater core. then go under hood on passenger side and remove the 2 hoses that connect to it under hood. after thats done go under dash and pull heater core out, will look like a very small radiator.if you are not mechanically inclined i suggest you get estimates, this is a very painstaking progress that sounds easy but not.but if your persistent i suggest you purchase an automotuve book, say at autozone or advance auto and follow step by step instructions,fortunatlly yours isn't that hard to do. most cars need the entire dash removed. i'll be online most of day incase you have problems. hope this helps!!!
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