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How do change the heater matrix on a subaru legacy

How do you change the heater matrix on a subaru legacy

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Do this on the weekend ; )
You have to remove the complete dash to do this job.
Handbrake console.
Gear lever console, (radio/ashtray etc)
Lower driver side & passenger side.
Glove box.
Both side panels.
All these parts of the dash need to be removed near that order so you can see the hidden bolts/screws.

I've heard guys force matrix in and removing less, because they use soft pipes for matrix... but... not my thing.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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