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Ford crown vic 3.8Already Tried: Aluma seal in the radiator
Is this a Crown Victoria with a V8 4.6L? Or do you have something else?
Yes, it is a V8 4.6, not 3.8.
Basically, you'll need to remove the dash to access the heater plenum. Once the heater plenum is loosened from the firewall, and the heater hoses are removed from the heater core under the hood, you'll be able to access the door that holds the heater core in the plenum.
14 years experience, 2000-2006 Senior Master, ASE master in Truck and Auto, Level 1 Fire mechanic
OK, sounds difficult. How much can I expect to pay at a shop?
You are looking at about 7.0 hours of labor plus 100.00 in parts (heater core and coolant). It's not a bad job to do, just a bit time consuming, the second one is always easier. So if your labor rate is $100/hr, roughly $800.