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Post Heater Core?

i got a 1972 250. im sure the heater coil is out. i asked before but maybe nobody noticed.

i need to know where it is located and what tools are needed because its getting might cold.

thanks.

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?????

i did a search for it for it but i didnt see a replacement available. where can i find one?
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Take a look at the online resources portion of the forum. I posted a couple files on your heater issue.
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will do. will do...
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i just looked and i may be slightly stupid ( slightly ) but i didnt see anything on heater cores.
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By request. Note the overlap on some of the files. Info seems to be complete though.
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File Type: pdf 250 Heating 1.pdf (86.7 KB, 22 views)
File Type: pdf 250 Heating 2.pdf (86.7 KB, 13 views)
File Type: pdf 250 Heating 3.pdf (206.3 KB, 12 views)
File Type: pdf 250 Heating 4.pdf (121.1 KB, 13 views)
File Type: pdf 250 Heating 5.pdf (359.0 KB, 12 views)

if that is what you were talking about then i think i may be in over my head. lol
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i got a 1972 250. im sure the heater coil is out. i asked before but maybe nobody noticed.

i need to know where it is located and what tools are needed because its getting might cold.

thanks.

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sorry, after i posted that i JUST now found out it is actually a CORE and not COIL. im 27 yrs old and have been calling it CORE all my life. i feel like an idiot.
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No worries - whatever you call it, you've got what you suspect to be a bad one, right?

Getting to it requires digging into the dash. I replaced my blower motor a few years ago, and the process was a nightmare. It took something like 36 hours to do it too.

Let me dig into my stuff to see what I've got for your car. I've got a terrible satellie shot right now, so I might not be able to upload anything ...
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Ahhhh. Unfortunately, I've only got info for 250's from '65 through '68. I don't know how radically different 108's from such varying years would be - anyone have an idea?
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