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How to change heater core in a 93 Ford Explorer?

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2005-10-21 17:00:15
2005-10-21 17:00:15

I have a '91 and I believe they're about the same though. The heater core is back inside the glove compartment. You'll probably have to remove the door/tray itself. To get it out you have to disconnect the coolant hoses going through the firewall (engine side). After that there really shouldn't be much to it.

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