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1996 Chevy S10 Blazer, I am trying to remove the heater core to replace it. However, after I removed the 2 hoses near the firewall, I still can't get the core off. Are there anymore screws or something that is holding it and I can't see it?


the cover under the dash must

the cover under the dash must be removed to access the mounting screws - go to autozone.com - register - add vehicle and go to repair section for step by step with pics

there is a metal strap that

there is a metal strap that holds the core in the housing, 2 screws.
it goes across core, shuold see it with cover removed.

HEATER CORE REPLACEMENT

Remove Or Disconnect

Engine coolant.
Heater hoses.
Refer to "Heater Hose". See: Heater Hose Replacement
Instrument panel.
Refer to "Dash Board" under Body and Frame / Interior Trim. See: Body and Frame\Interior Moulding / Trim\Dashboard / Instrument Panel
Rear case screws. (88)
Rear case. (96)
Screws. (94)
Straps. (93)
Heater core. (92)
Seals. (89 & 90)
Install Or Connect

Seals. (89 & 90)
Heater core. (92)
Straps. (93)
Screws. (94)
Rear case. (96)
Rear case screws. (88)
Instrument panel.
Heater hoses.
Engine coolant.
Check the system for leaks.

Try this link (with pictures


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