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Hi guys, I'm in the process of replacing the heater matrix on my 1996 mk3 Vento.
I've got the dashboard out and the knee bar loose, I just cant get the heater box off of the firewall!
I just can't seem to find the stupid nuts/bolts in the engine bay holding the dumb heater box in place.
My car is RHD, I've tried searching online but can't find any pictures showing where the heck these nuts/bolts are.
I really would be grateful if anyone could post up a picture of where I should be looking.
Many thanks in advance.
Apologies Lexie I just seen this post. Did you see the car at Fitted?
Since my last update I didn't do much other than put a few miles on it and attend a few shows. I picked up a prize at Built show which was cool and that was about it.
Last Friday Brian and I hopped on the boat to Scotland to see Del at Optimus Automotive Trimmers outside Glasgow and dropped off my interior to him. This was always a sticking point with me about the car. The dye job was supposed to be a temp fix until I got a retrim and that lasted 3 years so I was delighted to be getting on with this bit.
Having seen so much of his work when judging at Dubshed on Scottish cars and him being a fellow MK3 lover I knew the bits were in safe hands. Today I got sent these pics:
A far cry from what I left off to him:
I picked up another 24v engine, converted loom, downpipe, blah blah for not much more than what it would cost to finish my conversion and I know this one runs so itll be plug and play (I hope lol)
Work has been kicking my ass time wise for the past few months so I'll get more done over the Christmas break.
Indeed it is mate, the only time it was exposed to the elements was when it was transferred from the body shop to its current storage unit. It's weird. It's not in an isolated place either. Its literally everywhere.