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1985 Corvette Heater/AC vacuum motors

Having trouble figuring out how to access the vacuum motors for the heater/AC that are located behind the instrument panel on the drivers side. Do I go in from the top, front, or bottom.

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You go in from either the top or the bottom you choose. Easiest way is the top. Please rate if you are satisfied

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