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How to remove the rear small compartment under the air vent in the rear of a WH Statesman

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SOURCE: how to retrieve a small item lost in rear air vents

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  • I'm over here across the pond and trying to locate a diagram of your engine. Here is how it works either way. If your AC is hooked up with the rest of the drive line items and everything is on ONE belt then you cannot.
  • However, if your compressor is hooked on its OWN belt to the crankshaft pulley then that belt only runs the compressor, smile and cut/remove the belt, it will be fine.

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SOURCE: wh statesman heater fan not working

I would think the heater blower motor is shorted.

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Yes you need a special tool to release the fuel line.

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We do not have wiring diagrams here at fixya, sorry.

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