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The coolant may be all over the inside of the aquarium. On my car it was inside the blower motor housing and the air distribution box--the thing with the flaps to direct the air. I cleaned it all out real well, used Simple Green and rags. I also unwrapped all the friction tape on the wire loom--which was pretty yucky-- dried off the wires and rewrapped with fresh tape.
Really not a bad job if you take your time and work carefully. Good luck!
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