How hard is it to access the air system in a Chevy Blazer?

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Asked by May 03, 2014 at 04:58 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My kid was helping me clean out my car, and while popping out the airflow vents in the
cabin to clean up some, he decided to toss my phone in the hole. Now my phone is
trapped in there and I can't seem to find any access to the air system!
I managed to remove the dash/sound system, but it looks like the chassis itself is
blocking access to the piping for the air system. Is it possible at all to try and get at
this myself without resorting to destroying my car? It's only a phone, aad the air
system seems to be working fine with it in there, but I'd like to remove it if at all
possible (yes, replacing the phone is next on the agenda if this can't be done).

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The only way to access the HVAC air system is to remove the dash assembly completely. Not an easy job.

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