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Old 01-01-2001, 12:59 AM
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Heater core in 94 F150

I have a 94 F150 XL, without air conditioning. My heater core is leaking so I am trying to get the stupid thing out of there to either fix or replace it. Which side does it come out from, under the hood or the dash? The manual I have is not very clear on this, since it appers to be written for a truck with AC.

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Heater core in 94 F150

I'm pretty sure that it is still done from behind the glove box in that year. Easy, several screws and remove a cover. New body style is a complete dash board removal style.


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Thanks, hopefully I will get it fixed today!

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