Question about 2000 Chevrolet Astro
No conditioned air from interior vents even though blower is running, but max blower is inop. Apparently the vent valves don't open.
They are vac. controled. The leak could be behind the controls, but first check under the hood usually near the fire wall and check for any cracked or broken vac. lines and repair as necc. this should solve your problem. The vac. lines under the hood go bad first due to engine heat. If you have a length of line to replace make sure you use vac. line so it wont collapse. Soft softs in vac. lines is another sign of a bad line replace these also.
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