Question about 1995 Chevrolet C1500
Hello, I am replacing aboce and just want to doublecheck to see if there are any special considerations.....I am very mechanically inclined (ie: replace my own brakes and rotors, etc.)........thanks in advance....
Nope pretty simple take off the heater hose clamps and the hoses from the engine side of the firewall. Under the dash on the pass. side, remove the lower panel screws pull cover down and the heater core should come out of heater box. reverse to reinstall
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