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How to remove a\c evap coil from 2001 isuzu rodeo

How to remove ac evap coil from 2001 isuzu rodeo

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You can try accessing it from behind the glovebox assembly, depending on the engine/trim combination you have, but you may have to pull the dash out, after evacuating the system with an A/C Recovery system. The Evap coil is located against the interior side of the firewall.

The glove box should come out by removing the two retaining plugs at the interior side of the box assembly, and then the frame screws along the top.

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ac has lots of inputs, the AMP logic models that runs it does.
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then there is the burried, deep evap icing sensor, ever heard of photos is that hard?
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i can anwser dead accurate here, but for the life of me , why not just say where it is, exactly. and photos are amazing things, some say 1000words i one photo. and is true but never here.
my guess, you mean the evap thermo sensor that senses icing inthe evap core, is the core pulled?
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On my 2001 rodeo the check engine lite came on and the only code that came up is po440, can you tell me what this is

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