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ItsMax
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posted March 15, 2004 11:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ItsMax   Click Here to Email ItsMax     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Visit ItsMax's Homepage!   
I know, I know... I probably could have read my camaro restoration handbook too... but I found this link on this site....

[url]http://www.nastyz28.com/2gcog/tech/heatcore.html[url]

It worked fine.. of course my car is a non-ac car, and I am in the process of paint prep so the interior is mostly out... and fender and door replacement so while both passenger pieces were removed I decided to tackle this as well.

Dirty job but will be worth the hassle later. The only thing I can add to the post is to where gloves when you climb in to do the pulling and tugging to remove the box. There are some sharp edges in there you can't see, but will feel. Also, for non-ac cars not neccessary to remove the kick panel. It may state that is only required on ac cars for the condensor...

At any rate... if I get the thing painted this spring/summer/fall... I will have heat next winter....

Thanks again for a great site full of helpful information.

Also, PS... if any pics of a non-ac car tear-apart are needed let me know. I will be picking up a new one this week/weekend and reinstalling... so now is the time to get it if interested.

[This message has been edited by ItsMax (edited March 15, 2004).]

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