HEATER CORE REPLACEMENT
1993 Pontiac Sunbird
I have a '93 Sunbird w/ +140,000 miles. Heater Core went bad and spewed coolant out of the little " elbow" that comes out of the firewall. My question is pretty simple: since I've always done whatever work I can on all my cars, (and attempted some I shuoldn't have) replacing a heater core doesn't scare me, I just want to know if I'm gonna have to pull the whole dash out, or did GM design these so that the dash " leans forward" after removing a minimum of bolts/screws. I have access to specialty tools, (so I don't mangle the new core) I just don't want to mess with more dash than I have to.
March 18, 2007.
March 18, 2007.
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