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Can not change the location of the air

The dial that controls were the air comes out from (ie face,feet defrost...) will not change. I there a fuse that controls that?

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The vent control is controlled off vaccum from the engine. Your problem is possibly a leak in the vaccum line, or maybe the switch you turn to select where the air should go. If you pull out the heater control and unplug the vaccum lines going to the switch, you should feel vaccum on one of the lines when the engine is running. If not, the vaccum line going to the engine is leaking somewhere. Hope this helps..

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No a fuse does not... if its manual control theres either a cable or its operated by vacuum... if its a electric control its operated by electronics or vacuum... if the rest of it works (on elec. control) then the fuse is ok

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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