Originally Posted by DeathRat
Okay it was me who told you guys how to do this before. I'll explain it again now!
Cool! I'm going to try this on mine next weekend.
A radiator-shop guy showed me a clogged evap core from a Bonneville once. He said that when they spring a leak (like mine
), the compressor oil makes the evap core sticky on the outside, which traps dirt in the airflow, which eventually clogs the whole thing, which brings us to this discussion here...
I'm planning some major surgery to actually replace the evap core sometime, so I can get the system evacuated and recharged for the summer.