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Old 09-29-2001, 05:09 PM
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Question Rear heat ducts - How to get in there?

I am trying to get into the heat duct under the front seats that feeds the rear seats on our 91 300TE. I think one of my kids let a crayon roll into the duct and now it is rolling back and forth with the motion of the car. I am afraid if we really use the heat it might melt in the duct.

I took the front section of the duct off by removing just the one philips screw, but I can't seem to get any further. Would anyone out there be so kind to point out how I can get this out? Thanks.
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Old 09-30-2001, 06:55 AM
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You would need to remove your seats, then a bunch of trim pieces and your carpet!

Maybe melting the crayon so it won't roll around is not such a bad idea...
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