Question about 2004 Chevrolet Impala
I can hear the air kicking on but it is not blowing out of vents
Most vehicles today have what is called a blend door and motor in the heater box. The blend door motor comes on when you select a setting. It actuates the blend door and directs the floe of air to the proper place. Sometimes the blend door gets stuck from debris that falls down through the vents. Also it is possible that the blend door motor is bad or simply came unplugged. Some of these motors are powered by electric automotive current and some are powered by vacum hoses. It is possible for the vacum hoses to break or become unplugged. Check all these options. One of my kids dropped a comb down my upper vent and it blocked the blend door from directing the air flow. That was an easy fix and I hope yours is a simple. I hope this helped you. Roger
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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