[DML] Re: lower evap casing
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[DML] Re: lower evap casing

Hate to tell you this, but you will never ever never fix that 
problem.  It's one of those Delorean things, if your car gets it, 
you're stuck with it, forever.  You can replace every component 
involved, twice, it will come back, it's supernatural.  Others may 
dispute this, but after you try a variety of good suggestions, report 
back in 6 months and give the results.  I've had two Deloreans, and if 
there's one thing that holds me back from getting another is that I 
live in Florida and can't deal with the A/C issues.  Actually who am I 
kidding . . . I'll end up with another and just sweat, small price to 
pay I guess.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Ed & Roxie Cohen" <rdcejc@...> wrote:
> Can anyone give me the procedure for removing the lower evaporator 
> I am getting water inside the car and have cleaned out the drain tube
> several times.  I think there is gunk inside that is clogging the 
tube and
> want to clean it out.
> Thanks
> ED           6944
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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