[DML] While I'm in there... (passenger knee pad removed)
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[DML] While I'm in there... (passenger knee pad removed)



With much discomfort I removed the passenger knee pad and the glove
box assembly today.  This leaves most of the right side under-dash
accessible.  Anything else I ought to do before reassembly?  I don't
want to have to go under there again.  

Things to consider:
My A/C needs to be recharged.  Most suggestions in the archives say to
try to find R12 so I'll make some calls next week.  Is there anything
the A/C guys need to get to under the dash to recharge it?  The
manuals imply that it's all on the compressor in the engine
compartment.

Also my fan switch is on full blast at "0" and if you turn it to
anything else it turns off.  I'll have to figure that one out
eventually, but better stuck "on" than "off."  Any reason I'd need
access through the side of the dash to fix this?  Looks like a
straight shot through the console but I'm new to this.

I'd rather not drive her around too much with parts missing or hanging
out, doesn't help anyone's reputation.
Thanks,

-Steelskin
#5572







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