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When i put my as on high, air flows out the vent slow at first util 10 to 15 minutes down the road. I can here the air blasting an the air is always super cold like it should be, its a coustom century with dual cimate control. i think its the vent door not opening up but i dont know if its electronic or works bu vacum can you help

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It's the climate control system. It will recirculate the air first until it gets the temperature under control.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

  • philipk Jun 30, 2009

    You may think that this is unhelpful but it's not a fault. The car automatically recirculates the air (ie the flap is shut until the climate control system can get the situation under control). Switch the climate control off or put it into manual or switch off the auto recirculate.

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