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



There are two problems with that drain.  The first is that the hose takes a pretty
tortured path from the housing along the frame to just behind the right front wheel.
The hose can't drain all that well, so any dirt that gets into the hose won't get flushed
out under normal use.  

The second problem is that leaves, etc. can enter the housing through the fresh air
intake below the windshield.  The grille is too open to keep stuff out.  So, it might
be worthwhile to put in a finer mesh screen below the grille to keep dirt out.

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> I changed my evaporator last summer, because I accidentally drilled a 
> hole in one of the metals tubes that extend through the firewall. Let 
> me tell you, I was under the ignorant illusion that it was not a big 
> deal, and that all I needed to do to replace the evaporator was to 
> simply "drop" the lower half of the plastic casing that's under the 
> passenger side of the dash. Was I ever wrong! Using a flashlight and 
> mirror, and contorting my body into shapes I thought impossible, I 
> successfully removed about 10 of the 12 or so screws that held the two 
> plastic halves together. The remaining screws cannot be removed 
> without dropping the entire evaporator casing, as they are located on 
> the top half of the box. Feeling defeated, but grateful for this 
> Yahoo group, I realized that the center console and a good portion of 
> the dash needed to be removed in order to get the casing out. After a 
> couple of days of careful disassembly, I got it out, cursed briefly at 
> the two or three srews that were on the top of the box(I swear, I 
> heard little "nah, nah, nah, nah, nah" coming from those screws!). 
> Once you get the box out, there must be some way to ensure water 
> drains properly from the exist hole. 
> 
> Good luck on your "dash assault". 
> 
> Paul 
> Vin 10944 
> 

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