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Old 03-17-2013, 11:59 PM   #1
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Hey, everyone, my niece in AZ has a leaking heater core on her '01 Dodge Durango. It has the 4.7 enging, and, she needs help on how to remove it. Anyone have anything I can link to to send her?
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only takes 6 min 47 sec. lol. seriously though you ask any techs what the worst job is they all say heater core on a dodge truck. you have to remove the whole dash, mess with the a/c, remove the whole dust assembly, etc.... talk about poor engineering.
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I hear the *-10'* and Blazers are the same way. Whole dash has to come out.
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i never cared for s10'* either and grand ams, too small to work on, you have to take apart half the car when you ark on anything
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I found this same video, and, showed it to my niece....she told me that her dash wasn't the same as the one shown in the video, so, idk what the heck is going on......I'm going to talk to one of the techs at the dealership where I work, and, see if they can print out the removal procedures...thanks, again for the info, everyone..
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if you go on autozone, and sign up, they give you repair guides free, it might be in there
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its there, same procedure.
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Did one in a Grand Cherokee a few months ago. Entire dash had to come out. From what im told the job pays something like 10 hours. Never again!!! And my distaste for Chrysler continues..........
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