Well if you go to an A/C -plumbing supply house, you can buy evaperator core wash, this will not harm the metal it's made of, then pour some into the air intake with the fan on high, this will flush the gunk out of the core! Air intake is accessed by removeing the wiper blades on some models, then take off the cowl then you should see the air intake, you may have a cabin air filter, remove it first to see the intake. Pour this SLOWLEY! It must pass by the electric fan! Option 2 get some compressed air in a can, use the plastic extension and blow the clog out.
Friday, October 19th, 2007 AT 3:32 PM