ford and most others do build their cars around the heater core but those instructions are great and have picks i would recommend getting and upholstery knife first it will save all those pesky little panel clips from breaking it looks like a really big 2 pronged metal fork and only costs 5-7 bucks.
Although many people know these cars inside and out, there are people out there like me that don't. These instructions were great to use, and the people I have been asking for help have provided a great deal of support, I have decided that there needs to be a 96/97 version of this guide in order to weed out the discrepancies between the 94/95 and 96/97.
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