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Old 07-08-2011, 08:04 PM   #1
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Default mold in evaporator core and ductwork

last in my series of posts today on my trip to the dealer for service: HVAC System Disinfectant Service because of mold in the evaporator core and ductwork. 2007 Outlook XR AWD 57k miles. any thoughts on this? its been hot and humid lately (NY LI). car is parked outside overnight not in a garage (although my wife would really like me to get my old vette out of the garage so she could have it back)

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