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How do you change a heater core in a 93 beretta?

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2006-02-19 22:32:55
2006-02-19 22:32:55

Ok in a 93 Beretta the heater core is located behind your stero, best thing to do is to take the entire dash apart unless you like to work in small places. Take the black cover off take the old heater core out and then put the new one is make sure all the clamps are good and tight. A word of advice DONT BUT OREILLY AUTO PARTS! I bout a heater core from them a 1 1/2 ago and it went out on me already again.

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