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Old 08-11-2005, 01:25 AM   #1
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I want to remove the Heater core and Evaporator for cleaning and inspection as my AC has not worked since I got the car and I'm melting on the long drives due to the humid weather.
What is the easiest way to do this from the interior or is it accessable from under the hood ?
I know in some cars you have to remove the dash fully but I'm hoping this isn't the case with the Bonne.

Any help of suggestions would be great.
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Check under the main fuse panel under the hood theres and evap core there that fills with fluid and stops working
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The heater core should come out through the interior..usually after you disassemble the entire dash and the a/c core comes out from the outside where the is no room and you cut the air box on the dotted line.

My suggestion would be to use the cleaning procedure outlined in techinfo. You can sneak in a bit and clean things just as well.
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