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LMAO! Better MPG in your future with that weight loss! I found a few bucks in change in my 2004 L322. The jack pot came when I cleaned out the spare tyre well the first time... the kind the folds, not the kind that jingles. One of the POs or their spouse was hiding money from someone. $280 in small bills. I contacted the guy I purchased from, he had nothing in the spare well because he had never had a flat and never looked in it. Had really great dinner and bought a tank of gas.
 

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So THAT's where I left my change...
 

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After I had fished it out! Thank god Canadian money is magnetic as some of it was deep in there!
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Were you able to find any videos on changing out the heater core. I have the new core but haven't attempted it yet. I have changed the blend motors before and remember what a pain that was.
 

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I never found any good videos. I found a guide on rrsport.co.uk.
http://www.rrsport.co.uk/forum/topic42040.html
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This helped me get started but it is a little vague on location of clips and screws.
You will have to do some cutting and some bending of the glove box part of the dash to remove the core.
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