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What is the easiest way to replace heater core on 1988 Jeep Cherokee?

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2009-04-14 21:38:08

Easiest way: There isn't one. Remove whole dashboard.Upper passenger floorboard the core is located. Remove the in and out hoses in the engine compartment. Once dash is removed, which is a pain. The heater core will be exposed for removal.

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