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Step by step guide how to replace Heater Core on 1997 Ford F 150 4.6 97 Expedition, Here’s a list of tips before you get started, I got a lot of advice and help from Ford truck forums so I am just returning the favor, Tying off the antenna cable to a old shoelace was a great little trick that made the reassembly a snap, allowed pulling antenna cable back out of the hole real easy. I used elect tape too, didn’t want “ANY” surprises later! Get the heater hose removal tool from a mechanic willing to loan it out to you. I was surprised at the helping hand the dealer mechs were. Leave all the steering column and large bulkhead elect plugs attached, I unhooked these before the Ford mechanic advised me not to mess with them. On vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions, move the shift lever to the 1 position to ease removal of the steering column top opening cover. ALWAYS A Good idea to put wood blocks at the rear wheels so you don’t roll away! Carefully pry to release the (A) four clips and remove the (B) steering column (TOP) opening cover. Remove the lower instrument panel steering column cover, Remove the bulkhead wiring harness from inside the engine compartment. OPTIONAL!! 1 Loosen the three bulkhead wiring harness electrical connector bolts. Disconnect the three bulkhead electrical connectors. The antenna cable will be removed with the instrument panel. Disconnect the antenna cable from the outside of the vehicle, (The black plastic cover just snaps down over the antenna base, carefully pry it off, and expose 3 screws, remove them and pull the antenna cable out like a stereo plug.
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