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Question about the Dodge Diverter Door, Revisited....

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Instead of taking apart the dash or spending the extra time to cut the rubber floor pad and remove those hard to get screws, Is it possible to just cut the housing and make your own access door for servicing this problem with the diverter? It would make it easier for future work as well.A guy could get some black plastic and put that over the hole you cut. Yes? No?:shrug:TIA

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i'd like to know what he is looking at. i have to go into mine sometime in the near future and really dont care todo it twice.

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i'd like to know what he is looking at. i have to go into mine sometime in the near future and really dont care todo it twice.

When mine goes bad I'll try cutting in an access hole. Cut small till I can see where things are and then cut some more. It'd be good only if you can actually get to everything from the seat side. My favorite hobby is to build/ fix things better and create solutions...:hyper:

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When mine goes bad I'll try cutting in an access hole. Cut small till I can see where things are and then cut some more. It'd be good only if you can actually get to everything from the seat side. My favorite hobby is to build/ fix things better and create solutions...:hyper:

not a thing wrong with that. i got a leaky evaporator and figure i will just take it all out and replace whats worn out and clean up what is left

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