Question about Chevrolet K2500
Ever since I bought the truck a few years ago I noticed there is hardly any air blowing out of the vents, in fact I can barly feel the air moving. I know the vacuum line to operate the doors is hooked up, and the blower motor is working fine. The cable operated door is moving correctly also. I plow snow in the winter and when I'm plowing the parking lot at work it will roast me out of the truck, but once I hit the road to move to the next job it gets cold again. The thermostat is working fine also. Any ideas why the air barely moves?
Sounds like the door that brings in fresh air is not closing enough so when you get to moving it is not letting the cab recirculate the inside air and bringing in some from the outside which comes from the bottom of the windshield on the outside. along with when you get to hitting the gas going down the road you might be loosing a little vacuum and that door going to your vents might close a little.. ? what you thinkin? just a few ideas might not be a fix though thanks Jerry
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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