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How do you remove the heater matrix on a peugeot expert

I have a leak in the passenger well on my 2002 peugeot expert 2.0 hdi van so I guess the matrix is faulty. So can anyone tell me whats involved in replacxing the heater matrix please

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Window wipers off remove trim and there is 10 mm nuts, remove them, remove speedo cluster and radio etc, there is 2 10mm bolts below each end in footwells at end bottom of dash, 1 bolt below your ash tray in front of gearstick, u got to get gear stick surround out.

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