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Old 16 Nov 2003, 04:43 pm
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Default Compressed Air

I sprayed the heating switch for my heated seates
With one of those can of compressed air and the cold liqued came
out instead of air[:0]

So did i do any damage is it possable to damage the car any where on the inside by use the compressed air[:I][xx(]
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Old 16 Nov 2003, 07:46 pm
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it should be ok, how my liqiud came out??
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Old 16 Nov 2003, 10:14 pm
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just got one good spray in just enough for me to spray then saw
the stuff come out and stoped
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Old 17 Nov 2003, 12:36 am
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make sure the switch is dry before hitting it. I am pretty sure the switch can handle a little water. They have to put the parts on cars through some pretty rigorous tests.
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It should not hurt anything, that liquid evaporates quickly.
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