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How do you replace the heater core in a 1988 Chevy Camaro?

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2006-06-06 19:15:14
2006-06-06 19:15:14

I replaced on in an 87 and it should be about the same. It is behind the dash on the passenger side of the car. You need to remove the whole top cover of the dash, all the hush panels and the center console to make sure you have enough room. The heater core looks like a small rotator that is set in a plastic bracket that has two pipes sticking through the fire wall. This is an all day (and sometimes night job) so don't plan on driving the car right away. Hope this helps!

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