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Old 05-10-2011, 03:19 PM
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Default Heater Core

Ok so back to the grind stone before i depart this summer and right now Im trying to get the interior all done before i go. So first things first taking out a leaking heater core before i go into new carpet headliner and all that stuff.

So i read in the book how to take the heater core out but I am having a hard time taking off the lower RH dash panel i have all visible screws out of the whole dash and have the chrome trim by the doors off and it feels like the whole dash is one piece. Looks like I still have bolts that are holding the clock windshield wiper and antenna cluster in place. So am i doing to much is this simple or am i just missing a few bolts somewhere.
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