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How do I change heater core on 93 Ford F250 5,8 motor?

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Inside the truck open the glovebox passenger side dash...pop up the hinges then almost close it and rise it up and take it out..then unscrew the abs computer pull it out the way ..then unscrew the core cover box first pop the temp cable out....then go under the hood and remove the two water hoses move clamps back....after this is done go inside pull core out. 30 dollars at local part store..

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