1955 Chevy 2dr sedan, 327 engine, aod tranny, ac, bucket seats, flame paint job, tint windows.
How do you remove cowl from 55chevy sedan without taking windshield out? I need to get in there to find a leak.
Both my main cowl vent leading down to the interior kick plate vents and what I will call the lower scuppers leading up to the door scuppers ( on each end of the windshield where the upper doors and upper fenders meet ) were packed with leaves and debrie . The lower scuppers are located between the lower inner fender splash guard and the firewall / toe board . These latter I cleaned out using a combo of a piece of wire and my air.compressor . As to the kick plate vents and cowl vent , I removed the kick plate vents and used compressor air from both ends . I had to go at this 4 or 5 times until all was cleared out . My.point is this situation can cause water to back up and potentially come into the dash area . I also used the same process on the rockers .How do you remove cowl from 55chevy sedan without taking windshield out? I need to get in there to find a leak.
Is that a 55 chevy? It looks different from mine .From those pics. I can't really tell. Thanks Geno
Thanks, I can see the 5 screws holding the front of cowl down by hood, but where the screws on back are. Maybe under rubber around bottom of windshield. I am not sure I want to take off bottom trin to see. I had it checked at glass place over 1 year ago and he said it looked fairly new and in good shape. It was a Calif. car from new and haven't found any rust yet. Thanks again, I am looking for video or pics of r/r windshield/cowl to get better idea. GenoYes it is a 55. two door post 210