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What is the easiest way to change the heater core in a 1996 bronco?

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2006-05-31 02:06:57
2006-05-31 02:06:57

pull the glove box out then remove the 6-8 srews holding the cover on the are like 7mm use qaurter inch drive its easy you made need to use swivel once u remove cover pull heater hoses from under the hood going to the the heater core they r the two hoses on the passenger side going into the firewall the job should not take more than 1hour even if your very inexperienced with automotive repairs (caution make sure vehicle is cooled down hot coolant can cause 3rd degree burns)

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