Heater Cores and Blower Fans
Ford Expedition
Grand Am SE

Can you replace a heater core in a 98 expedition without removing the dashboard and if so how please help stuck in Germany hubby downrange need assistance?

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2008-04-26 21:41:56
2008-04-26 21:41:56

no Here is the detailed step by step process: https://www.queegebo.com/content/view/31/27/

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