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Volkswagen Eurovan vent diverter door stuck shut

My center vents in the dash don't blow any air. The air diverter door is stuck in the closed position. How do I fix?

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The vent flap foam lining has come loose and needs to be removed or reglued . A spray on contact adhesive works best , don't glue the flap to the vent casing.

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The heater in your car depends upon a flow of hot coolant going through the heater core in order to get hot air into the car. If the heater core is partially plugged, it will restrict the flow. If you have a head gasket that is putting exhaust into the cooling system, it will eventually get into the heater core. When this happens there is no coolant in the heater core to make the air warm. If the water pump vanes have corroded away the result will be very poor coolant circulation causing the heater to not blow hot air. If your car is equipped with a heater control valve that is not functioning properly, the coolant flow will be restricted. One or a combination of these factors is likely the culprit in your case.
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Your a/c gas (134a) is too low, there is a safety feature for the a/c compressor to "kick off" if that gas (134a) is too low thus saving your a/c compressor from seizing up. Have a garage check to see how much is in the a/c system they can easily recharge the system for you. Keep in mind this is the simplest fix and most common problem from what you described.

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that is to notify you to have your brake linings(pads) checked and replaced. you have a sensor on one your pads and it triggers light when pads get low.
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I have no heat thru the vents, just blows cold air. do I need a new thermostat? or is my heater control valve stuck?


Most cars today do not have a water diversion valve for the heater core; rather they use a blend door in the ducting under the dash. There are a pair of them. One door diverts input air either through the heater core or the A/C evaporator, or both. This will control temperature. The other door diverts air to the floor vents, dash vents, or the defroster vents. These doors are vacuum-controlled on most models. You could have a door problem, or possibly a clogged heater core. To check the heater core, run the vehicle to operating temperature, and then trace the heater hoses to where they enter the firewall. Check each hose for temperature. The inlet hose should be very warm to the touch, and the outlet one the same or slightly cooler. If the outlet hose is much cooler than the input, there is probably a restriction in the heater core.

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Your controls are vacuum operated. Make sure that there is vacuum present...if not find the disconnect. Or, the vacuum "motor" that controls air direction has failed or is stuck.

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My 1999 buick park avenue a/c will blow out at window vent and floor vent but not at dash vent


It's one of the blend door motor drive gears that has cracked. As the motors try to move the blend doors to divert the air flow, the gear attached to them slips on the drive shaft. You need to remove them, inspect for the broken or cracked drive gear and replace them. This is a very common problem with these older GM vehicles.

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HALF OF MY HEATER WORKS


if heat is coming out then one of your vent diverters has stuck shut. this usually happens because you never run the heat over the summer. look under your dash and see if the vents for the heater are open. those are the easiest to see. use wd-40 to lube all the contact points where the door opens and closes. there are other diverters further into the system but you have to take the dash off to get to those in most cases. not too difficult on the Impala but get help if you do not know how to do this.

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The thermostat only controls how hot the engine gets.
It could be the blower motor, or a blend door under the dash.
You would need to check the blower motor for power and ground, if it is running a door may be stuck closed.
The blend doors direct air thru the heater core and vents.

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A/C will only blow through defrost vents


Common question on this site. On late model cars, the vents are controlled by blend door motors. Small electric motors open and close doors to direct air flow.
Chances are you have a blend door that is stuck or a failed motor.
The default position is the defrost to make sure the windshield is always clear.
Someone will need to look behind the dash to see if all of the doors will move on demand.

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Changed the Actuator and it still not blowing warm air in the back vent or the very top only blow warm air on the floor .When I close the vent on the side dash it will blow in the back but still not the...


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If you have kids, chances are they throw an object in to the windshield vent and is preventing the diverting doors from operating. Also, These type of problems can be solved by re-programming the HVAC module with an aftermarket scanner or the specific ford scanner at the dealership. Charlie

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I have a 1999 VW Passat. No heat blows from the floor vents or the rear passenger vent. The heat from the dash blows strong and hot with no problem. What could be the problem and could i make the repair...


These vehicles where prone to heater core failure. It lives in center of dash against the fire wall.

When this repair is done at the dealership, the tech is paid only 6 hours. The job takes 10 to 12 hours.

So, what does he do?.....he doesn't put everything he took out back again, which on this job would be the ducts that are along side the 'transmission tunnel' to the rear vent.

Ergo = No rear heat .

On the other hand, it could be the system is stuck in Default..'Windscreen vent priority'.

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this problem is caused by a defective air temperature control blend door actuator motor, it is about center of dadsh in air ducting, it moves the door that diverts air for cold from ac or hot from heater, you must remove the dash to repace it, about a 15 hour job fotr a home mechanic with a factory repair manual, nearly imposs without one.

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there is a good chance that you blend air door is stuck closed over your heater core and therefore not allowing the heat to flow, also your door that opens and close your direction of flow from the floor ,das,vent and defrost.your going to have to remove the lower cowling of the dash on the passenger side analso some of the center dash to actually check to see if the cable,servo motors. are acuating the doors.the issue could be just a stuck door or a misaligned cable or that it came off. that falls under the mechanical side of probabilities. electrical would most likely be a faulty selector switch or a servo motor

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