Question about 1990 Subaru Legacy
If you can't get it by pulling on the cable with some pliers down at the box where the cable connects, you could drill a small hole if you know where you need it and try sticking a long hook ended pick in there to pull the door back manually, and if it worked, you would just need some good quality tape to seal the hole. The only other option is to remove the entire dashboard from the vehicle to access the heater box. I sure hope you don't have to do that. I hop this info helps...
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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