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Old 04-08-2010, 02:02 AM   #1
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Pictures of replaced heater core in '81 MH

I took the heater core to an RV place that also works on AC and some other engine stuff. He took measurements and had a new core built and he replaced the old leaky one.
It was a cinch to take out AFTER I realized that the box was riveted to the firewall! I couldn't understand why after taking all screws and bolts off, that the darn thing was still "stuck" in there. There were two pop rivets that I popped out and the whole box came out great. Now to put it back in.
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Great Work Astro!

Is your evaporator core in that same box? I can't tell from the photo.

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No, it's just the heater core that looks like a radiator. I think the evap box is somewhere near the Fridge AC condenser.
I'll post pics of tyhe final outcome.
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