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Old 10-29-2010, 10:32 PM
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easiest way to remove dash for heater core

whats the easiest way to remove the dash for the heater core?
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Dash removal

Check out some of the recent threads, I just saw an article where the dash was removes and for that reason, around the same year to boot.
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Heater core

I have a thread that has the entire process about twenty pages in all. let me see if I can locate it and I will send you the link.
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heater core link

Here is the link. Good luck. I followed these to the letter and all is good.

http://my.voyager.net/~sscully/F-15097H ... xp_002.doc
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Follow those instructions and you shouldn't have any problems.

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hEATER CORE REPLACE

Read your thread and cannot open the link, can you tell my how to access it? still in the learning mode. I can see it's a document but cannot figure what to do next.
Thanks and I owe you a beer or two :>), its collecting that's the problem.
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You have to do something with your gallery, like post a pic of a "REAL TRUCK", I clicked on it and got a Toyota (puke) 1st and a Jeep (belched) the second time., thought I scre---- up the 1st time but knew I didn't the 2nd. Common man. :>) give us a real truck pic.
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The long and the short of it THERE IS NO EASY WAY The dash HAS to come out to gain acess to the heater box the heater box has to come out and taken apart to replace the core. THERE IS NO SHORT CUT/ EASY WAY...........SORRY Hope this didn't spoil your turkey dinner
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Wow! What an ordeal! Think I would probably sell the truck before I would do that myself.
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Wow! What an ordeal! Think I would probably sell the truck before I would do that myself.
Not that big of a deal ! 8 hrs work thats all
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alright, the thread can die now. i did this like 2 weeks ago. its not that bad.

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Not that big of a deal ! 8 hrs work thats all
8 hrs? yeah ok. stop taking breaks and quitcherbitchin about it. im 16, and i did it in 4.

only tip i have is: if you cant get to the quick connects, dont waste your time. cut the metal ends off the heatercore side and pull the hoses through the firewall from the engine bay. i DID end up taking EVERY panel off the dash, but youtube the subject and theres videos on how to do it easier.

oh yeah, to save ALOT of time, get a drill with a 1/4 inch adapter on it with some sockets. i think all the sizes were 6,7, and 8mm.
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