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Where is the heater core on a 95 Chevy Astro?

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2006-03-23 04:54:00
2006-03-23 04:54:00

Passenger side foot whell under the dashboard, easy acces just 2 screws for cover and two to hoals straps. Hoses are inside the engine compartment sticked through firewall underneat Hood hinge.

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ooo. pull the dash. fun job.

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