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How does the heater core for a 1968 Chevy 2 Nova come out?

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2008-12-20 20:24:45
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when i removed the heater for my nova i had to disconnect the cables and wires from the heater assy and on the engine side of the firewall remove the nuts holding the assy to the firewall that allowed the whole assy to come out from under the dash then i dissassembled the assy and the heater core was bolted into the assy on the ends hope this helps

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