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Im working on a 2006 chevy impala lt.....im replacing the heater core and i cant get the heat steaks off......all the manual says is that i need to use a chisle......but do i cut them off and if so what do i replace them with......can i replace them with screws? thanks

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  • Walter Castro Nov 28, 2011

    Bro i have the same problem as you did. What did you use? b/c i swear is freaky cold in the mornings 35F. Also i don't want to pay $700 at the dealership. Which it could be something simple. Please let me know as soon as possible.

    Thank you,

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I would drill them dimples by the heat stakes out and install heater core cover screws. Both inside the heater core cover and the heater air outlet cover. use a 7/32" or a 5.5mm bit.

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