I did mine a couple of weeks ago....it takes a while but it is not hard,
it's just that you have to remove few things to be able to get acces to the
heater core, I did mine in an evening on my 87 Town car....If you have the
Haynes book, it will give a good idea....just take your time and it will go
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How do you know it's a bad core? Is it leaking? If it isn't, the
problem may be in a control system(water valve, etc). Replacing the
core isn't too difficult. Usually they are in a plastic-covered box
located directly behind the glove box and access is gained by removing
the glove box and then removing the box cover.....all this is done from
under the dash.
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