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einszett klima cleaner correct vent?

I just purchased a 2006 Pontiac G6 GTP, which I absolutely love, but the previous owner was a smoker. I have cleaned the interior with Griot's cleanrs and have successfully removed the stale smoke smell. However, when I turn on the a/c it is a different story. After doing some research, it appears that Einszett Klima will eliminate this smell. The instructions state to spray the cleaner in on of the center air vents.

My question is which vent: driver or passenger side? The website states to use the vent that leads to the condenser / compresser / coils. Does anyone know which vent I should be spraying this product down. Thanks in advance.

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what you want to do is turn on a/c make sure its not on recirculate. Then spray some in the outside vents under your windshield. after a couple minutes change to recirculate then spray some in the vent under the windshield inside the car. that should take care of it.

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