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HOW TO CLEAN THE A/C EVAPORATOR BEHIND THE DASH 

 

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 Post subject: HOW TO CLEAN THE A/C EVAPORATOR BEHIND THE DASH
Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2011 10:17 am 
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Hi guys Ive searched but no real answers as I pulled my dash out this morning to tidy up some wiring, and noticed the A/C core in the dash is half blocked with dirt/dust and stuff, How do I clean this out or the core part without removing the whole A/C - Heater unit and loosing my recently regassed A/C? is it possible as the screws are at teh back of the black box section and they screw towards the back of the car.

Am I able to clean it by removing the black cover without loosing the A/C gass or is it easier to loose the gas and install a new evaporator?


**EDIT**

Cleaned it out using some A/C Evaporator cleaning spray and a water sparyer, and a airgun to dry it all out, much cleaner now than before, and much colder.

 

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 Post subject: Re: HOW TO CLEAN THE A/C EVAPORATOR BEHIND THE DASH
Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:50 pm 
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Try and get a vacuum cleaner in and suck it out.

 

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