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Won't blow on windscreen - 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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  • Euan
    Euan Dec 29, 2013

    Thanks Chris, how do you get into the cables?

  • Chris Howarth Dec 30, 2013

    Not easy, can you get at the back of the heat control, it's head under dash job and follow the cable, may have to move some vent pipes, these are tight, but don't have clips, just push on. If you warm the engine up, you may be able feel areas of the case getting warm. The levers are on the drivers side, just to make it easier!!!!!!!! Good Luck

  • Euan
    Euan Jan 09, 2014

    Thanks, will give it a go..fingers crossed

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