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Getting to the evaporator

Old 09-30-2012, 07:07 PM
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Default Getting to the evaporator

Before I start doing exploitative surgery on my dashboard / ac system I'd like to see if anyone has tried this before.


Long story short. my AC STINKS, I've tried everything: spraying Lysol, alcohol and evaporator cleaner directly into the fan behind the glove box. To no avail it still wreaks.

I want to actually clean the evaporator and remove any gunk, slime or crud off of it. I already have a filter and it is clean so I am at a loss. I am going to do this the hard way and would like to know what components I should remove for access.

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