Don't forget to clean out any debris, such as leaves, dirt, pine needles, etc. while you're in there!
My 1990 had a ton of pine needles and clogged the drain so my carpet on the drivers' side would fill up with water when it rained. After I put in a new heater core, the leak stopped. Oh, except when I went through the car wash a couple of weeks ago, I noticed a little bit of dampness coming in.
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- Replacing blower, heater core, resistor. What else?, swedespeed7, Sat, 7 Jun 2008 09:52:09
- Re: Replacing blower, heater core, resistor. What else?, JeffR, Sat, 7 Jun 2008 13:53:49
- Re: Replacing blower, heater core, resistor. What else?, JamesS-S, Sat, 7 Jun 2008 12:52:25
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