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Interior vents The two center vents on my 1999 Durango are missing and a item was dropped down the vent holes. This item fell down deep enough to eliminate air from flowing out the floor / feet vents. Any suggestions?

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It souds liek you will end up having to remove the blower on the floor to get this out only option really that there is, if you have a hayes manual on your car it will guide you step by step on how to do this you can get one at your local parts store.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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