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Old 01-19-2014, 17:37   #1 (permalink)
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Removing the A/C and Heater box from the engine compartment

The title pretty much says it all. the car is my '72 custom 500 but it looks like they've been using the same air box since 69 at least. I have taken the fender off and have taken all the bolts I can see off of the firewall side and undid one more bolt from the inside at the bottom. Is there something I'm missing, it feels like there is still resistance right behind the heater core at the bottom. Do I just need to pull harder to pop them apart or is there another piece I need to detach from the inside. Really don't want to take my whole dash out just to get something on the outside off. I'm trying to repaint my engine compartment so I'm pulling out all the unnecessary things that could get over spray on them and such.
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