On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 09:47:58 -0600, email@example.com (el jr64) wrote:
It is not hard or rocket science, but time consuming. Actually, once
you get everything disconnected the Heater/AC pod comes out. If you
are going to do it, then replace both the Heater core and the AC core
so that you don't have to go back for awhile. It will cost about
$1200.00 at a Dodge dealer, you can probably get it done for about
$600.00 at an independent shop. JMTCW
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