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Old 21 Oct 2004, 01:33 am
Larry B
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Default 95 Odyssey Air Intake locations

I want to spray Lysol into the air intake vents due to a stong musty smell.
However, the grille that covers those vents goes across the entire width of
the car, hiding the actual vent locations.

Hoping to avoid taking the grille off, can anyone describe where the actual
vents are?

Thanks, Lar



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Old 21 Oct 2004, 08:14 am
Larry
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Default Re: 95 Odyssey Air Intake locations

have you tried dropping the fan motor down, its easy and might help. Not
really sure on the intake, however, if you drop the motor that might help
gane access to some of these areas...

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"Larry B" <hatespam@hatespam.gov> wrote in message
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> I want to spray Lysol into the air intake vents due to a stong musty

smell.
> However, the grille that covers those vents goes across the entire width

of
> the car, hiding the actual vent locations.
>
> Hoping to avoid taking the grille off, can anyone describe where the

actual
> vents are?
>
> Thanks, Lar
>
>
>



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Old 21 Oct 2004, 10:39 am
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Default Re: 95 Odyssey Air Intake locations

Larry B wrote:
> I want to spray Lysol into the air intake vents due to a stong musty smell.
> However, the grille that covers those vents goes across the entire width of
> the car, hiding the actual vent locations.
>
> Hoping to avoid taking the grille off, can anyone describe where the actual
> vents are?
>
> Thanks, Lar



===============

Like Larry said . . .Three screws and a connector, fan falls out on
floor. While it's out, blow the motor out with HIGH pressure air to
remove all the carbon powder.

'Curly'

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Old 21 Oct 2004, 04:28 pm
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message
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> Larry B wrote:
> > I want to spray Lysol into the air intake vents due to a stong musty

smell.
> > However, the grille that covers those vents goes across the entire width

of
> > the car, hiding the actual vent locations.
> >
> > Hoping to avoid taking the grille off, can anyone describe where the

actual
> > vents are?
> >
> > Thanks, Lar

>
>
> ===============
>
> Like Larry said . . .Three screws and a connector, fan falls out on
> floor. While it's out, blow the motor out with HIGH pressure air to
> remove all the carbon powder.
>
> 'Curly'
>


That's a great suggestion. Three screws and a yank I can do!

What will I have access to through the motor mounting hole? Will the
evaporator be accessible so that I can spray it directly??

Is there a product available that is better than Lysol for this use??

Thanks again, Lar


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