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Old 11-13-2011, 11:24 AM
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How to change heater core '92 F250?

How do you access the heater core on a 1992 F250? Do you have to remove the AC evap coil?
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Behind glovebox. I've done 3 so far. Nothing to them really.
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Did mine recently, IIRC, I had to remove the glove box then it was pretty straightforward. AC didnt interfere, just unbolt the panel in the heater box and slide the old one out. I changed my coolant and added sca's when I did mine also.
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