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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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If the car came with a cabin air filter, you may want to check it. Lay down newspaper and be prepared for junk to fall out when changing it. There are Febreeze, HEPA and activated charcoal filters available.
If there is no filter, the evaporator may have collected tree debris, etc which is now rotting from the moisture and growing fungus. You may be able to do a visual inspection by removing the glovebox and the evap temp probe grommet. Avoid pulling on the probe wire as it is fragile.
You can usually reuse the rubber intake seals when changing the spark plugs.
Standard rotors with a premium ceramic pad set work for me. Other than cleaning the shipping wax off the rotors and lubing the pad bracket-to-ear mounting surfaces, you should be OK. If the kit comes with new anti-squeal/rattle clips, use them.
 
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