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Old 04-10-2013, 05:45 PM
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I have a question about the cowl vents on a '68 Mustang. I have tons of acorns and pinestraw in a '68 that I'm trying to retsore. Is there a way to clean all this out without cutting the sheetmetal? I have the dash pulled out and I dont see any way to get to all the trash.

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you will have to be creative with the shop vac , make a pipe,or tube to fit down in there and pull out what you can a little at a time! And remove by hand when you pull it back out.
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Not sure about the mustang, but on some trucks you can get at part of it through the interior vents.
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Thanks for the replies. I guess I will get busy with my shop vac and a piece of wire.
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