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AC Vent Problem

I have a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix that as dual AC/Heat. There are five vents and the AC only comes out of the right passenger vent and the right middle vent.

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  • righttiming Sep 06, 2009

    There was a recall on the dashboard console switches (one unit) but our vehicle is not under

    warranty. Does that need to be replaced as it periodically does not make connection.

  • righttiming Sep 06, 2009

    We have been told that the switch is not a separate piece but is part of a whole unit that needs to

    be replaced at a cost $450 for a new or $225 for an after market unit. Is that correct or is there a cheaper solution?

  • righttiming Sep 06, 2009

    Thank you for your help. I will take this to my mechanic tomorrow.

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The passage hoses that brings air to the vents are not well positioned.

Please let an expert handle this for you cos he might have to unscrew the dash almost completely.

So relax your mind as your car is alright and it is only the hoses that needs to be repositioned.

Cheers.

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  • Onifade Adewunmi
    Onifade Adewunmi Sep 06, 2009

    Yes do replace the dashboard console switch that is not working.

    Good for you.

    remember to rate this.


  • Onifade Adewunmi
    Onifade Adewunmi Sep 06, 2009

    I will rather advice you to get the new one. Because the old switch cannot be trusted and reliability cannot be adequately guaranteed.

    Sorry you might have to spend that much but it depends, if you feel the cheaper one will save you some cash. Feel free.

    Cheers.


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