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heater core

is the heater core basically the same and in the same place in a 97 ranger with a 4cylinder vs a 2000 ranger with a 6cylinder?
my dads heater core went out in his truck(which has 265,000 on the motor) and i will be replacing it next weekend.
do i have to remove the dash completely or just the instrument panel to access the heater core?

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