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Having a general spring clean around the nooks & crannies where our ancient forest spreads general tree grunge over our AH10.

 

The  16 hole drain made me wonder where it drained to. Deep in the darkness it looked like ‘nowhere’!

A thick mass of seeds & gunge was observed in the deep black pit.

I had my trusty old workshop vac out anyway so with the multi small tube crevice clearing attachment I set to work. 


About 15 minutes either side and clean metal was spotted.

It would have been easier with a long flat nozzle.

Beggars can’t be choosers.

 

Copious amounts of water proved all was clear and self was told to pay more attention.

 

My  defence is our area has had a winter of monsoons and gales, & parking is under wall to wall big old trees.

 

i rest my case m’lud.

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Hi there...Intreasting subject that, i have water "sloshing" noise behind the dashboard....do you know where the drain plugs are on a Alphard 2.4 ?

 

Kind Regards

 

Chris B   

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The water that ran out of that cavity did not appear to be restricted much. A torrent observed coming down behind front wheels when I flushed it.

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