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Old 11-22-2017, 03:28 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by Gelbster View Post
Meir makes an important point for some who are reluctant to attempt this repair. Foam loss only reduces cabin-heater performance .It does not seem to affect a/c performance. So in a really mild/warm climate - just ignore the foam debris ?
Not so much in Texas. Before the foam repair I had to run the a.c. at max recirculation and even then it took fifteen minutes to stop sweating in the car. After the repair the AC rocks. Normal mode is satisfactory for a 100 degree day.
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