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Old 05-02-2014, 08:33 PM   #1
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Default LOOSE A/C BOLT

Look what I found doing my spring prep. I read a post about a leaking a/c gasket, so I thought I'd take the cover off and check. No leaks but found a loose bolt. they must put some good adhesive on those gaskets for it not to leak with only three bolts holding it down.
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Old 05-04-2014, 02:47 AM   #2
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That's on my list to check. The cover is a little loose at the moment. I figure I'd pull it off and see if the bolts are tight while I'm at it.

I did a little shakedown cruise with my new truck (Tundra), and recently-repaired trailer to Las Vegas before I head out on the road for the summer.
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I had a water leak and found the exact same bolt loose. Tightened it up and leak gone.
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How did you get the cover off? Mine is held on to the ceiling with four screws. The screws on the two sides are very hard to reach -- they are under two little rotating plastic vent flaps. Can I remove those flaps without damaging the pivot points? I am afraid to pull on those flaps -- I have a history of breaking things by applying too much force.
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There are 6 screws 1 under the filter cover and 1 under that plastic cap.
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