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Fan motor works and blows air to floor, dash, etc. but just stopped blowing air to the defrost. need help

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Hi my name is Allen!

There are three possible causes with this problem, the first is the one we see the most, which is a vacuum problem under the hood near the heater core hoses, as this is where the vacuum hose comes out for the operation of the doors. The second could be a broken door or some thing blocking the door from working properly. The third and most uncommon is the control head itself has an internal problem. I would start with the vacuum under the hood.

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Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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