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TJ Heater Core Replacement #2

by Taka Sokabe

Remove the lower heater hose. I plugged the end of hoses because I did not drain remaining antifreeze.

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Remove the L-shaped evaporator drain tube that protrudes from underneath the evaporator canister.

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Remove one of the HVAC housing-to-chassis nuts using a 7/16 socket. The one in the left side of blower fan was removed in this pic.

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Remove second HVAC housing-to-chassis nut using a 7/16 socket. The one in the upper right of blower fan was removed in this pic (this also holds a bracket for accumulator canister).

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Remove third HVAC housing-to-chassis nut using a 7/16 socket. The one in the lower right of blower fan was removed in this pic. The accumulator canister becomes loose after removing the second and the third nuts. You may disconnect AC lines after this.

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