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Small Bits of plastic foam coming out of heater ducts when air is on

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The box that holds the cabin filter - front trunk, passenger side base of the windshield is lined with foam insulation. It gets brittle over time and flakes off. Remove the cabin filter, turn the A/C on high to open the vent flap and use a vacuum crevice tool to gently vaccum out the loose bits of foam.

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Sounds like the filter has never been changed and has disintegrated into the system

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