Question about 1994 Ford Crown Victoria
I agree with 'jthall1', it is a major pain! Undo every bolt and screw visible to the eye. Then you have to find the ones that you can't easily see! (They are near the defroster vents and under the dash and also behind the glovebox.) Now that you have it lose and it still won't come down for you, you have to remove the, i believe its 2, bolts holding you steering column up. At this point you can now pull the dash down and gain access to the heater core, which you will probably have to ***pry*** off the firewall. As previously stated, IT IS A PAIN!!!!!!!!!! PS- Don't forget to take the lines and bolts off the heater core from under the hood!
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
Don't try it unless you know what you are getting into ( note from an ase cert L1 tech
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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