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Can not adjust the direction of air flow for the heater or defros

Problem started when I noticed the defroster did not blow on the windshield. Now i have noticed that even if you select different vent directions, you only get air flow from the dashboard vents. No air to the floor or windshield, even if you select those locations for air flow. It seems like the dampers are are not opening/closing to redirect air flow. In the past I have already replaced the module (at that time the fan would not work at all).

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  • leemorgan79 Nov 21, 2008

    Even when I turn the defroster on, no air comes out where it should. It all blows out of the dash vents.

  • wkellyjr Nov 23, 2008

    fan will not blow thru defrosters to windshield

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    what can cause my air flow switch not to close the circuit

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Or it could be that you need to replace the air filter that is located underneith the dash on the passanger side slightly to the left

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You have a blend door problem under dash near center console are a series of actuators try gently moving rods manually

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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