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Defroster blowing snow inside car

No matter high or low i figured i would do right heating the car first so i started it and 10 mins later i had a 1/4 of an inch of snow in my car i thought this was kinda funny but seriously had to scrape my windshield on the inside till i got home any sugestions? help plz

Tony, 2005 Jeep Liberty. Heater only blows warm air when revved over 3, and now snow is blowing in thru the defroster/vents. Help!

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  • cocomoco1 Jan 16, 2009

    I'll go check myself. Thanks! I'll get back to you!

  • cocomoco1 Jan 17, 2009

    Hey, I got it fixed! I was almost out of antifreeze, but the radiator was stained and made it look full and frozen. I went and had it flushed out and everything is as good as new, except for finding the slow leak in one of the hoses. Thermostat was fine, and we've got kickin' hot air. Yea! But there's still the mystery of the snow blowing inside........

  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg May 11, 2010

    Let me know.

  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg May 11, 2010

    Has someone removed the cabin filter. They are usually located under the hood underneath the windshield wipers. check for cabin filter then proceed with other troubleshooting :)

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Not really a solution but, check that blend door in heater box is operating and that a/c drain hose is not plugged. (if there is ice in there, it may take a while to clear it out)

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