Re: heater core from non-AC into car with AC?

None that I know of. Of course, if it's a different part number than it probably just doesn't fit. Quite likely, a AC equipped car, needing room for the evaporator, has a
smaller heater core.
speculatively, GW
R2D2 wrote:

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that is it, IT DOESN'T FIT THE HOLE
: What is the fundamental reason why you can not put : a heater core that was made for a car without AC into : a car with AC. Other than geometrically fittings properly : is there any other reason? : :
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Why would you WANT to put the wrong part in? Got lots of extra time?
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