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Heat doesn't blow out of floor vents

My heat works great when I have it set to any setting other than to come out of the floor vents. Defrost setting works, top (face) vents are fine. I can feel a little heat at the bottom, but the amount that comes out is more of a "seeping" of heat, not forcefully blowing. Could this just be a vent that is improperly routed?

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Hi Tara,could be your blend door,could be stuck.

Posted on Jan 18, 2013

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the deflector flap that move to direct air flow is stuck under the dash.

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motor linkage cables not moveing ,find heatermotor and move mechs until you get them to blow where you need them

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Could the the control on the dash, or a stuck blend door under the dash.

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