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Old 3/31/18, 12:29 AM   #1  
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2012 Focus heater core

anyone daring out there try to do this. I am pretty sure I need to pull the entire dash. 😱. I live outside of Phoenix so do I need heat that bad. If anyone has any tips or advice Id appreciate it
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Old 4/1/18, 04:08 AM   #2  
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Is it leaking? If not, could be something else.
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the firewall is all wet. So it could possibly be the hose where it connects or the heater core. I have not had a chance to pull the heater hoses. Everything in the car is dry.
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I was behind there on my '13 FoFo I used to have. I remember there being not a whole lot of room. You might have to take out a lot of the lower dash and maybe some of the electronics modules
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I know there's a online shop manual for the MkIII Focus available online, shouldn't be too hard to find. Try focusfanatics.com

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/m...op-manual.html
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Thanks for the info. I am afraid of the whole dash pull. 🤢
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