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Air wont switch from defrost to vent

I just replaced the relay and the resistor,fixed the problem of fan control but not direction control

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The vacuum tubes behind the panel might have broken or become disconnected. This system operates the door that controls defrost to vent routing of air in the car's ventilation system.

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Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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