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Insturments on dash fuel gauge,temperarue and tach and speed gauge. All the lights work . The blower fan for the heater and air conditioner runs on high all the time only way to turn off is to pull fuse.

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9 times out of 10 on this old of vehicle its the heater core. If your car temp gauge is working and the car is heating up fine and the blower works then it is most likely your heater core. Not sure how hard it is on that car. SOme times it just under the dash takes about 30 mins but some cars you have to pull the dash out. The part alone is cheap. I would try logging onto autozone.com put in your car find the part (heater core) then look at the how to change section of auto zone.

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