Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
A cologne spray cap fell into the defrost vent inear the windshield. It is now causing condensation to collect on the front driver and passenger side floorboards. How do I get the cap out so it won't cause the puddles?
You can try reaching the drain tube and remove it so you can remove the spray cap. If you can not reach it try removing the cabin air filter (behind the glove box) if your car doesn't have one then you may need to remove the blower motor to reach it.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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