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Old 02-12-2007, 09:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone! I have visited this site before but never registered. It seems to be a helpful forum. I drive a 2002 330xi daily and it by far is the best BMW I have ever owned. I have had an E30, E36, E39, and Now my E46. I love the cars and had been raised to appreciate the value of owning a BMW. My family all drives BMW's.

I mainly posted today to try to get a little help. I am working on my buddies E36 318ti. The heater core is bad I believe. When the heat is turned on the windows fog and I smell antifreeze odor. There is also drip under the dash.

My question is " Do I have to take out the dash to remove the heater core?".
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As far as I know you do need to remove the dash to take out hthe heater core. The heater core is embedded into the front firewall separating the engine bay from the cabin.
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