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Is the headlight switch in the steering column? If so you may want to take the covers off the column if you had them off earlier and look and see if you pinched a wire or put a screw in a wire. It sounds like you my have done something when you replaced the switch
if your talking about the ones under the wiper cowling you will have to remove the cowling to get access to them to remove them.if your talking about the air duct work inside the car this is a big job as the air duct will have to be removed from the car and cleaned out.i`ve never seen these this bad ever as far as the duct work inside the car.to remove the cowling the wiper arms will have to be removed along with any screws that hold the cowling to the car.
Remove windshield wiper blades (mark the arm and stud to put back exact). The next two steps you might have to lower/raise the hood. Remove cover just below the windshield(each end has a phillips screw turn 90 degrees so arrow points toward center of van). Remove the 4 metal braces. Remove windshield wiper motor/linkage assembly(the whole tray comes out). Remove drive belt. Disconnect negative side of the battery. Remove alternator horizontal mounting bracket. Loosen vertical bracket bolts to get to electrical connectors. Finish removing bolts and alternator.
First start with pulling out the radio and make sure the antenna wire is plugged in. The last owner might have had an aftermarket radio in it and when they put the factory one back, forgot a wire. To remove it remove the trim ring (two screws I think) and then the radio screws.