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Front window defroster and floor, no air flow.

The climate control settings on my 2004 Pacifica seems to be malfunctioning. I sellect window defrosting setting and get no air flow to the windows from the dash and the same happens if I select floor, no air flow through the floor outlets. All of the air comes out through the front panel no matter what setting is sellected. The fan works fine and the temp. changes when I increase/decrease the temp. It's as if a valve is not switching the air flow route. Any ideas or quick checks that I can do before taking it to a mechanic.

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I had the same issue and then I got into a slight accident with a curb. When the collision place was fixing the car, I told them about the defroster and floor and they told me that they had to clean out a whole bunch of leaves and then airflow was restored. Have it cleaned, you may be surprised.

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