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hummel08
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11/14/2007
12:52:51

Subject: heater core for a 93 dakota
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can someone help me, im wounder exactly how u get the heater core out of the truck, do u have to takwe the hole dash apart to get it out is my main question, and woundering if neone would have a diagram on how to do it would be awesome, but simple reply would be nice.....ty



searay245se
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11/14/2007
13:37:28

RE: heater core for a 93 dakota
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from what ive read yes u have to take the dash out but i do remember readin somewhere that someone did do it with just layin the dash on the front seats.u might wanna take a look at this post
http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/dea/338-6.html
kinda sez everything.

jeff searay245se S&S MOTORSPORTS

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Dan M
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11/14/2007
22:32:43

RE: heater core for a 93 dakota
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I wrote some instructions on how to do it before here. If you search you can probably find it.

I changed the evaporator core which is located in the same housing as the heater core.

- Dan M



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11/15/2007
09:31:38

RE: heater core for a 93 dakota
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ive torn apart my dash 3 or 4 times
it is easiest to pull the dash out, its really simple the second time though ;-)
there is jsut 5 bolts up top to lossen then 2 on the side and it will pivot down, mind you it does require you to unhook alot of other stuff, like unbolt the steering column and unhook a bunk of wiring


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