Newby question here! I've read through the shop manual and as many threads as I could find on here, but I'm still stumped on exactly how to remove the interior plastic Heater/AC box from my 64 SDV…Continue
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I want to know ( from you or others ) how you will be dealing with the hood hinge that is so very close to the blower motor box area
I do think the blower box can be removed with the hinge in place but not 100% sure…"
"Thanks to all for the good advice and explanations. I’m going to get back on it tomorrow and will update with my progress. I’ll remove the blower box and see what all I find. Good idea to replace what I can while I’m in there as…"
"Remove the blower box. You will want to change the vacuum motor in there also. Remember, in for a penny, in for a pound. Dont bother separating the short duct from the blower case to the evap box.
You may find another bolt or nut holding…"
"Sure something else needs to be removed based on your description
Only advice I can give not having done that job yet —but due to do it very soon myself
A post by - Clovis on here could be very informative regarding restoring the…"
Newby question here! I've read through the shop manual and as many threads as I could find on here, but I'm still stumped on exactly how to remove the interior plastic Heater/AC box from my 64 SDV in order to replace the mode door vacuum actuator and heater core. I think I've done everything as indicated, but I can pull so hard on it that it moves my body towards it and it isn't budging. I don't want to break anything, so any help/photos/advice on what I'm missing would be appreciated. Here…See More
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Is there a Youtube about this? From what I can learn for other lesser cars, such as they may be, the drill is: remove rear seat bottom and back, remove the plug from the top motor reservoir, use a…Continue