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When I turn on the air conditioning, why is very little air coming out of the dash vents?

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Probably needs a recharge easy to check go to auto store get a kit hook it up turn on a/c full check gage and charge to level

Posted on Mar 31, 2015

  • Kurt Umpenhour Apr 01, 2015

    He indicated no air flow; not warm air blowing. No one but a certified technician should ever add freon to a system. I wish they would not sell it at parts stores. Very dangerous if you don't have the proper training it A/C work.

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If you have little or no air flow from the vents, it has nothing to do with the amount of R134a (freon) that is in the system. DO NOT add any refrigerant if you are not absolutely sure it is low. Low or no airflow through the vents is either a blower motor that is slow or dead; a blower motor control module that has failed; an internal door in the A/C unit that is broken; or something got behind the glovebox (napkins?) that is blocking the air intake. Does the airflow change if you push the recirculate button? Has the controller been replaced recently? There is an update when you replace the controller. You have to reverse the wires in the connector or the blower will run backwards and not blow out.

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If blowing strongly, but not enough cold air - it's time to fill the air with coolant at any nearest service station

Posted on Mar 31, 2015

  • Kurt Umpenhour Apr 01, 2015

    If you read the complaint, he says it is not blowing any air, not that it is warm.

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