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(1990 Ford F-350)
in San Antonio, TX on January 30, 2011
How do you take a heater out and replace it with a new one?
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on January 30, 2011
The "heater" is a vague term - which particular component are you looking to take out?
on January 31, 2011
all of it to replace it with a completly new one.
on January 31, 2011
The heater consists of many components. You have the radiator, the hoses, the thermostat, the heater core, the plenum case, the temperature blend doors, the vacuum controls, the air flow blend doors, the control head...

Maybe you could share what specific problem you are experiencing?
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