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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-18-2018, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by kenworth man View Post
My 2014 F350 has been smelling dusty once in a while, I was thinking maybe the little air flap on the back of the cab wasn't closing properly.
I would take it out and clean it. have to clean mine every year for do alot of gravel driving.

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Great post !!

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No problems with with either of mine.
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I know it takes a lot of effort but if you turn fan on high when on gravel roads it pressurizes the cabin enough it stops the dusty smell. Yukons, Dodge diesels, GMC trucks and F-150's. All respond well to this treatment. I've spent precious time looking for non existent cabin filters in various vehicles. No more. Flick a switch or press a button or screen. Ends that first world problem for me.

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But ...... it's so noisy............. 😭

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