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My 01 Daewoo Leganza keeps blowing out air. I can change temperatures, but now how much air comes out. What is wrong with it, and how can i fix it?

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Please clarify what you are saying here, are you saying the AC/Heater air electric blower motor doesn't work?

Posted on May 25, 2010

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  • go_tribbey May 25, 2010

    I'm not sure, hints why I am asking what is wrong. The air is continuously blowing, but i can't change how much air is blowing out. The showing for the fan also changes(like how much air should be blowing out) but no changes on how much air comes out


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    yadayada May 25, 2010

    look you have a knob that controls the speed of the electric blower motor, this controls the velocity of the air that comes out the dash air vents, don't know how to make this any clearer. are you saying that doesn't work?? please clarify this better or no expert including me will be able to help u..

  • go_tribbey May 25, 2010

    It is a knob, it is all electronic. On the screen it shows the velocity of the air and that changes as i make the blower increase velocity, but it does not change the velocity of the air

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    yadayada May 25, 2010

    ok that is better, u will need to replace the dash Automatic AC control, but problem is u can't buy them anymore, so have no idea what you can do about this, as u know this car is not sold in north america anymore, no parts like this are made for it.

  • go_tribbey May 25, 2010

    to be more specific, the blower "knob" is essentially just a single button--you press it once for low speed, twice for medium, three times for high, four for very high, and ftfth for maximum, and again for off. There is an LCD display showing a gradual increase each time you press the button, and it seems to be working. However, when the ignition is turned on (engine doesn't have to be running), the fan automatically blows at maximum speed, despite what the LCD display shows or how many times the fan button is pressed. The selector button for choosing where the air blows out works correctly still; hot/cold selection works correctly also. I'm ruling out a fuse problem; I assume a blown fuse would not make it run at all. My initial thoughts were that it my be some sort of relay problem (relay stuck in the closed position), but I'm not sure where these may be, or how to check them except reading them with a meter to see if it shows closed on all poles.

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    yadayada May 25, 2010

    I understand what u mean, the answer is the same, they don't sell the parts to fix this anymore.

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