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Cold feet I have a 2002 GMC Sierra SLE pickup. The floor vents have stopped opening up so there is no air going to the floor. I had a 1999 Chevy pickup that did the same thing. With both trucks the a/c indicator light went out then the recirculate air light went out. After these things happened, the floor vents stopped working when the knob was turned. With this happening, do you think it is the whole climate control assembly or a motor to the floor vent has gone out. With both trucks having the same symptoms, I am leaning toward the control. Please help before I have to spend a lot of cash eliminating faults.

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  • ssfg Jan 26, 2009

    What would the chances be that the same sequence of events happened on two different vehicles. I looked the best that I could under there and didn't see anything out of the ordinary.

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Make sure no one has kicked the vacuum hoses off on the passenger side under the dash . look under there and see if all hoses are still connected properly ..

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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    Jerry Koski Jan 26, 2009

    if there is no apparent vacuum lines off under dash on passenger side then I recommend get on ebay to buy your control. I buy there instead of through GM its usually alot cheaper for sure. thanks

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you have a loose vacume hose

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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