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Good news on the black tube. I can get to the corrigated vent tubes but the are connected to the back of the vent via a plastic connector then to the tubes. They are also stapled with several staples that keep everything from pulling apart. These staples look like the metal staple use to close up a surgery incision. These tubes then go way down south on the other end into the bowels of kick panel etc. Have you ever seen this situation? Is it common practice to remove the staples. If I can free up the vent tubes, can I get the panel out far enough to remove the cluster without disconnecting all kinds of wires and hoses?
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