Question about 2003 Kia Sedona
Has bad odor coming from A/C vents. How to I clean the mold out of I think the evaporator?
There is a lot of air condition cleaning products on the market
I use one in particular in my own vehicle that is a grenade type spray bottle that you break the top off
Turn your AC full blast throw the spray bottle in the car close the doors and leave it for about 20 mins . This cleans the vents and any mould that is in the system.
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