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1998 F-150 Heater Core Replacement

Im New To This Website. Ive Search Through And Cant Find Anything. Does Anyone Have Any Links Or Specs Or Words Of Wisdom. Im Trying To Replace My Heater Core In My 1998 F-150, I Cant Seem To Get The Whole Dash Out, Especailly The Section On The Passenger Side. If Anyone Can Help I Sure Would Appreciate It....
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I just did mine. whats the hang up? pass side has hiden tabs and a screw at the door under the rubber molding. theres two or three screws you cant see from the seat side one is looking down and two are looking from the engine side use a mirror. the dash has a snap in out up near the windshild pull up and back GENTILLy theres screws that connect the air duck to the dash. see my prior post

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