Plugged Evaporator

Anyone ever seen a plugged a/c evaporator on a 95-97 S-10? How hard is it to get it apart to clean it?

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Yep. If internally plugged it is NOT possible to take it apart and clean it. Just replace it. IF you mean the airflow is blocked externally then just use a pressure washer and wash the crud out of the fins.
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what steve said

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How would i get the pressure washer up in there?

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what are your a/c problems? what are the high and low side pressures at 2000 rpms? what is the ambent air temp compared to the output temp? answer these quetions first if you want help. if you think its an evap. problem then give me more info. never seen a evap clogged the orfice will clog before the evap. one time saw the fins on a contruction truck clogged (evap. core is in the heater box) the pressures will be the most helpful.
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