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Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2007 22:46:43 -0400
From: Captain Poutine <>
Subject: Re: Big rubber part hanging from middle of NG900 bulkhead?

Andrew Sinclair wrote: > Close, the elephants trunk (as it is known) is to drain rain water from > the compartment behind the bulkhead where the cabin ventilation > fan/blower and windscreen wiper motor lives., I think the condensate > drains from the AC come down behind the front wheels (my NG900's air > conditioning is the soft top opening switch so I may be wrong on this...). <snip> > Reassemble in reverse order in the great traditions of the Haynes manual. > > Andy Thanks, Andy. But before I saw your reply, I was hoping this morning that it was an air intake, as the engine coughed and smoked to life as if choked for air. I was hoping that poking the snout and rearranging the debris (before starting this thread) was the cause, but apparently not. It ran fine after a minute or so, but time will tell. It's definitely not normal for this car.

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