Question about BMW Cars & Trucks
HIYA HAVE UR AIRCON CHECKED FOR LEAKS FIRST THEN CKECK YOUR POLEN FILTER SOMETIMES THEY CLOG UP AND DONT LET THE FRESHAIR INTO THE CAR
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ford F150 AC Problem
there is a vent opening linkage for the top vents if you had removed panel for sterio install this linkage might have come loose or the wiren to electric relay to open top vents came loose
also vent doors on front of a/c vents are turned to the closed position
also quite possible the passenger blower motor compartment door in side the blower mode has something blocking entrance
also your truck might be equiped with a blower motor filter i read that these need to be changed out during normal filter replacements the filters for ford i didnt know they started using filters for a/c on reading this since 2000
Posted on May 31, 2008
SOURCE: Vent Select Knob Not Functioning
maybe a fuse problem but some of these problems are vacuum source problems also. if the vents are motorized, then it could be a fuse problem but if the vents are air solenoids, then it is a vacuum source problem.
you can verify this by looking underneath the globe compartment, if you can see the recycle vent controller, you can verify if the controller has electrical wires on it or just plain hoses.
if plain hoses you see, you could have a broken line from the engine vacuum to the controller.
check for broken small hoses from the controller switch going to the engine.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2008
Forget the radiator tank. Your AC 'Condensate drain' hose is plugged up. This is a common problem. If you know where the hose comes out under the car you can ( carefully ) push a wire up it. If you're lucky it's plugged near the end by a mud-dauber wasp. If not, take it to your dealer and see if you can persuade the write-up guy to show you where the drain outlet is as a gesture of good faith. If they insist on charging you money, consider that when you buy your next car...
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
UNDO THE SCREWS FOR THE GLOVEBOX LIFT OUT THE WAY AND ON YOUR RIGHT HANDSIDE YOU WILL SEE 3 AIR DISTRIBUTION FLAP MOTORS ,THE ONE FOR THE WINDSCREEN IS THE NEAREST TO THE BULKHEAD. YOU CAN TEST THE BLOWERS AND YOU WILL SEE THE MOTOR VENTS WORKING OR THE ONE NOT WORKING IN YOUR CASE ..
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: Jeep '99 Mist from AC vents?
It would seem that your a/c is working very well. You most likely live in an area that is high in humidity. When the cold air from your a/c hits the moisture saturated air from the environment it turns the moisture to fog "condensation" . That is most likely your mist. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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