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Old 12-01-2009, 07:22 AM   #1
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Fresh air to dash heater and coach 95 spartan chas.

I just purchased 95 dutch star on a Spartan chassis. The heater core was bad when I bought it. No problem there. But when I removed the heater box their did not seam to be any filters on the outside air inlet. Just a hole in the floor. Am I missing something, or should there be some type of filter there? Thanks in advance for the help Going2town
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I have not come across any filters on most of the diesel pushers for the dash fresh air. You could add a filter media if you want.
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