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I am stuck i got my dash off now i cant find out how to get the heater core out for my 93 isuzu amigo

I am looking at how I get the heater box out. I only see three bolts holding it in but don't know how to get the box out now please help.

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Do a search on google for "heater core 93 isuzu amigo" look at the images - there are several exploded views on exactly how to do that.

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