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Heater vent doesn't shift to all positions

I have a 1995 Jeep Cherokee. The heater blows on the floor and will shift to the dash vent, but when I move the selector switch to the defrost position it doesn't shift. It will only blow on the floor, or through the dash vents. Any ideas? thanx

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Sounds like you have a vacuum leak, those controls are are accuated by vacuum.

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This is a vacuum problem. Look under the hood while the car is running and listen for a hissing sound. There could be a vacuum line that came off by the passenger side firewall.

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probably a bad mode door or mode door motor

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check vaccum lines under the hood and under the dash

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