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post #1 of 3 Old 04-02-2008, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
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Hello;

I had an accident with my 2000 F250, in which the windshield shattered. Everything was fixed and back to normal, but glass keeps blowing out of the defrosters. Very annoying when drinking coffee.
Is there any way to take the dash apart and vacume in there?
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if insurance covered it, take it back to the shop and tell them to do it right. That's hazardous if it gets in your eyes. All i know is i would rather take it to the shop that fixed the glass, instead of wasting my afternoon on some tedious task like that after work. You could try turning the defrost fan on high and just let it go for a bit while you're doing something. probably won't get all of it out like that though if there are heavier pieces.
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yeah, id make them do it right.... or just run it for awhile and vaccum the truck up



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