Question about Chevrolet Prizm
This is quite tricky. Even Haynes manual have incorrect information regarding this particular model and year.
In order to remove the evaporator housing much or all of the dashboard needs to come out.There's a black plastic housing that seems to extend in one piece past the opening created by the glove compartment.
The manual reflects the correct procedure for earlier models (prior to an apparent design change). Yes, the procedure is considerably more involved with the later design as compared to the earlier one. Even for experienced technicians, challenges exist. In considering this undertaking, it's crucial to be absolutely sure of the diagnoses. We can send you additional information for doing the procedure yourself, but the information is intended for experienced technicians and may not provide the step-by-step information that you may require.
I would recommend this to be taken care by an experienced mechanic who have worked on this model and year.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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