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    jimi58 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    1973 eldo convetible heater core replacement

    hi i could use any and all help here, heater core is leaking coolant into the int. of the car, i assume i need to replace the heater core? of all the eldos ive owned this my 9th, i never had a heater core problem, so it this a pain to do? i did on a 64 impala once and that was ez, so how bad on the caddy? again any help would be great!! thanks jim

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    Re: 1973 eldo convetible heater core replacement

    If I recall correctly, the core is behind the IP. I'd highly recommend getting a factory service manual to help you on your way. I don't think replacing the core is hard, but it will be time-consuming.

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    Re: 1973 eldo convetible heater core replacement

    I replaced the core on my 72 fleetwood. Not difficult just took some time. Had to disconnect the in and out hoses, then there were four screws on the engine side of the fire wall that hold the housing. You have to remove the glove box and some dashboard to get it out.

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