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Old 07-06-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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Awhile back someone posted a method of cutting through the plastic ductwork behind the glovebox to get to the Air Mix Actuator on a Bonneville, but the photos no longer appear in the thread. Does this procedure with photos reside any place else on the forum?

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Anychance you could provide the link to the thread in question?

And I never heard of anyone having to "cut" anything. But....I could be wrong.
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Oh wow. That thread is old. Yea I hate it when pics disappear after awhile. But the forum software now automatically grabs the images and keeps them on the server. Which means they will never disappear unless the server disappears.

I assume you are having the same issues related to the article you showed me?
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Yeah, I'm just looking for the easiest way to get to the actuator without having to lay upside down for a couple of hours and this looked promising, but it would be nice to be able to see the photos.
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I hear ya. I guess the only option is laying upside down for a bit.
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