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Evaporator core housing removal

hi everyone, gettin ready to do my head studs and upgrades, I will be taking pictures and posting them as I go, I have all the tech info on everything but the evap housing removal, I heard its really easy to remove but if anyone can tell me exactly how it comes out that would be great, I know theres six nuts behind the glove box, are they easy to get at. havent really looked yet. thanks

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Bump.. let us know how it goes, im about to do the same as well

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the six nuts behind the glove box, easy to get to. couple bolts holding the map sensor and a vacuum line under the hood... should pretty much fall out. It takes some wiggling. Good luck with your studs.
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thanks guys, ill be heading up to work for two weeks but when i get back im gonna tear into it..im takin pictures and writing the steps i took along the way. im going to follow half the info in the powerstroke book and the other half from on here...lol.
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I'm also doing my head stud upgrade and trying to pull out the evaporator housing I viewed one video on line and they said there's only five nut to remove but am still having trouble removing the housing so is there five or six nut that have to be removed...
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