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2007 toyota tacoma truck- 4 cyl. Dog threw up into air vent- how do I clean out the vent on passenger side?

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DISARM AIRBAGS FIRST TURN OFF RADIO.DISARM AIRBAGS DISCONNECTING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WAIT 10 MINUTES BEFORE WORKING ON DASH AREA.TRY REMOVING THE GLOVE BOX.SEE CAN YOU REACH AND REMOVE VENT DUCT WHERE VOMIT IS REMOVE VENT FROM DASH AREA.LOOK INSIDE VENT OR AROUND OUTSIDE VENT DUCT FOR NUTS HOLDING IT IN PLACE.IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE REMOVING DUCT LET GARAGE DO IT.IF ALL GOOD WHEN RECONNECTING NEGATIVE BATTERY REARMING AIRBAGS WAIT 2 MINUTES BEFORE STARTING VECHICLE LET AIRBAGS LIGHT TURN OFF FIRST THEN ITS ARMED AND READY.

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