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Old 04-14-2015, 05:25 PM   #1
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Getting to Blower Motor and Heater core

Ugh! Smell of antifreeze when I turn on the heat; slight dampness under the blower motor housing. So how does one get the dash board housing off to get to those components?

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Old 04-14-2015, 06:43 PM   #2
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Depends on where it is. Follow the heater hoses to the clamps-that is where the Heater Core is. If it is a "C' it will be in the same spot as all the trucks or vans of that type on the road. If it is an "A" start looking under the dash-by your feet-usually on the passenger side. It will become obvious how to get it out once you can touch it. Good luck. PS-you can just put a bypass hose on it until it gets cold! You are not going to need a heater for a while.

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Ugh! Smell of antifreeze when I turn on the heat; slight dampness under the blower motor housing. So how does one get the dash board housing off to get to those components?
I don't know how Fleetwood built it, but most type A's access through the front. In some cases it involves removing part of the front cap.

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