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Cab's Front Drain locations

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looks like a lot of salt in there.. make sure and do a really good rinse!!

if you look behind the drivers wheel, there is a hole... blow in it backwards and you will see where it comes out near the place you took the pics. the other side is ... darn, I forget... but its easy to spot, somewhere near the battery there is a hole.. they are both pretty easy to spot if you just stick your head in there and look (maybe use a flashlight) - remember its a drain, so it will be LOW....not up high

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Thanks Loren, I have always appreciated your responses and I looked at that link but it's not so obvious for me. Was still having trouble locating it. My own lack of ability.

Ivangene, thanks. That's the first time I have been in there and was wondering about all that dust. Didn't realized it was salt. - yikes. I wondered if I should just power wash in that area??? Regarding the air blowing - good idea. I'll give it a shot and post back. Thanks.

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Ok, I found and cleared all four drain holes in the front and I have taken pictures for the next person who comes across this. Notice that I took the battery out so I could get better access as I wanted to clean the interior area. You don't have to but it was a lot easier to see and get my hand in to clean the drains out. Thanks

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