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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SMOKE COMING FROM HEATER VENTS
Sounds like the heater core has failed. If I remember correctly though that is likely the easiest core to replace out of just about anything ever made. (the one that has about ten screws holding it into the top of the heater box on the engine side.) Possible that when the heater control valve was replaced someone pulled too hard on one of the heater hoses and split the neck on the core, but you won't know that till you get it out.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
if you run a flat blade (like a putty knife) along the bottom of the seat on each side you will feel a steel spring retainer, these loop over a sheet-metal "catch" to release them once u located the seat retainer's push very hard and fast in the front of the seat at the bottom lip while lifting up, this releases the seat. It can be very difficult and does require a fair amount of arm power, hit with the palm of your hand, be careful not to break your hand
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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