Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
Possible obstruction in the vents ...especially if you have kids or a lot of things upon the dash otherwise it may be a faulty switch or you say everything else works huh !
i would try looking down into the vent shaft with a flashlight to ensure 1st nothing is obstructing the flow of air
: also are your Vacuum lines to the motor not dry-rotted and the one to the round ball mounted under the hood connected and secure as well the cable under the dash to the vent control may have slipped as well -unfortunatly you will need to use a light and get under tthe daash from the passengers side is easiest and eventhe use of a handheld mirror will aid you in seeing up in there as you work the switch or lever as to what is doing what and even a better inspection to all the vacuum lines as well
also make sure your antifreeze levels are up to par while you are under the hood inspecting the lines this should have nothing to do with your issue but long as your there .
so 1st check for any obstruction in the vent ...hope this points you in the right direction
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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