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Heater blower fan works and blows air perfectly

Controls work to control air to floor , dash, but will not blow air for defrost. what do I need to fix?

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Look for a loose vacuum hose that should be attached to the damper mechanism for the defroster. You'll have to get way up under the dash to find it with a flash light. The hose may be attached but brittle, in that case a bit of electrical tape wrapped around it may help.

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