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Old 08-12-2010, 12:54 PM
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2001 f150 heater core replacement

hey guys.

i have a 2001 f150 2wd .

the heater core has gone bad and i need to replace it..

can n e 1 tell me how this is done and do i have to remove the dash??

i was looking thru some older post on the 86's ..so i was wondering if they are the same as mine??

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Old 08-12-2010, 03:54 PM
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do a search its been coverd a bunch...dont get your hopes up either the dash nearly has to come completly out ( I managed not to remove the whole dash). A few beers and some small animals nearby to kick will help to good luck!
I dont own a Lincoln Blackwood... but my truck looks better then one
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