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Controls for AC will not switch from floor to the dash vents Push button control

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  • doug_milbret Jun 23, 2009

    Where is the accumulator?

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Either the switch is bad, or the little vacuum hose came off the back of the accumulator that switches the flap that directs the air.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Jun 23, 2009

    Way up under the dash above the heater core. Behind console panels.

  • lawrence phelan Nov 21, 2012

    where is the accumulator located at

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