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You do not have to take out the dash to get to it inside the truck. Just remove
the little screws around the lower half of the
HVAC unit inside the cab on the pass. side. (The back box mounted to the fire
wall that contains both the heater core and
the ac coil). The is one screw up against the fire wall that can't bee seen.
It's right in the middle. You'll need a long screw
driver to get it out. It's a bear thought. Simply leave it out when you replace
Not that hard of a job really... should take about 30 minutes for the swap. The
harder part is getting the right core.
Thanks. I plan to remove the core before replacing it. Although, I have a
Haynes manual, there is no comparison to experience. Like that middle
screw...I have learned some parts just will not fit, I don't care what the
books or catalogues say.
....now ....if I could just find a proper radiator overflow bottle...
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