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Defroster temp. just reached -33 c problem getting enough heat to interior of car? also blower blows great just not to the defroster, just floor and panels??

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  • c_dbrown Dec 16, 2008

    thanxs robert. is what i thought then, but still need to, well pull the whole assembly out and get at it. maybe be back with a ?

  • c_dbrown Dec 16, 2008

    ya , will check the fire wall again just had a quick look, but the air even in the summer just didnt flow through the defroster very good either, but was a little better then it is now. takes an hour in these temps. to much

  • c_dbrown Dec 16, 2008

    just what i have been dreaming about all my life fun in the sun. but back to reality, time to go outside and work on it only -18 this morning should be fun thanxs for the help

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Sounds like the vent mechanism is not working. not sure if it operates on vacuum or mechanical.

Robert

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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    Roberta Smith Dec 16, 2008

    before you do that... look on the firewall for a round chamber about the size of a film cannister with vacuum hoses going to it. make sure the hoses are intact. another thing to try is find a warm garage and warm the vehicle up and check the vents then.



    Robert ..

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Dec 16, 2008

    the other choice was to move to florida hahahaha. you can always try just putting some cardboard in front of the rad at those temps.



    Robert

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