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I've been attempting to replace my heater core and so far it has been less than fun. I'd rather replace the engine again(I've done that). So far I'm just shy of pulling the entire dash its mostly unbolted and if it would've came out on the first couple of tugs it would be out. If anyone can she'd some light before I break out the sawsall I'd appreciate it.
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Have not done that work. Are you using any manuals? Let us know how it turns out.
__________________ 2006 Mustang V6 Pony Package/Ford Racing Performance Package CAI, Dual Exhaust, and Tune/ DG Customs side window Louvers/ Airaid CAI filter/ SHR Honeycomb black deck lid panel and Fuel door/ Sequential Tail Light kit/ Chin spoiler/ White Lemans Stripes
If you're considering this you better be committed its not for the weak! part of any challenge is knowing the out come. So knowing that yes, you do have to completely remove the whole dash to access the unit should get you started in the right direction.
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