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I have a 1992 New Yorker, I turn on the fan for the interior and get lots of air, but it doesn't enter the car, basically it blows somewhere, just not in the car.

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Check for blocked intake ducts. IF no restrictions are found, possibly a bad blend door, mode door, or vacuum leak not letting them work.

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