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Old 06-16-2012, 09:29 PM
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heater core woes

Got the dash off and all that holds it on I thought. Still can't pull it off. Both left and right brackets are off and the two top bolts but it's still not budging.Anyone change their heater core in the past 20 years besides me?
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Re: heater core woes

The bottom two are studs that go through the firewall.Two nuts hold them on.Pulled right out.
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is ur prelude a 89 si? cause i dont rember those from mine
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Re: heater core woes

I noticed that there were two studs on the bottom going through the firewall that held the bottom in. All finished but it is a 1991 2.0 SI for your info. Still a time consuming pain in the butt. No speedometer cable going to the guages thank god.
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ah ok and ya u got super lucky thier. just make sure when put all back together all the plugs on the gauge cluster are in correct and perfectly. i fried my tach somehow.
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