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There is no easy heater core install on your car. This is a delicate job, and it is easy to damage hard to get pieces of your heating system. This is one job best left to a qualified shop.
It is easy to damage the new heater core during installation.
Pressure test the system when finished.

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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