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Join Date: Oct 1998
Location: Mooresville, IN (Indianapolis)
Re: Original evaporator ... replace or not? ...
At the least you need to get the evaporator out of the car for a good cleaning. Over time they get clogged with dirt, leaves, etc. Also with it out you can do a pressure check with air by using a rubber cap and hose clamp on one end then a compressed air nozzle in in the other end sealed as best you can with scrap rubber or whatever. Put the evap under water, put about 30psi to it and watch for bubbles in the water. My 48 yr old evap is still good.
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