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2003 gmc envoy air only blows out of floor and defrost. I hear no air leak and cannot find vacuum lines from engine to firewall. Please help. Air does blow to the rear console.

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The blend door(s) actuator is more than likely the problem, this is a common issue with this vehicle. The repair is complex, it involves gaining access to the HVAC housing in the dash. Visit www.trailvoy.com and search on HVAC.

Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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it is a leak in your vacuum tree that controls the blend door. You can buy spare vacuum line at a parts store pretty cheap. $1 per foot or similar. the trick is finding the bad vacuum line. look for small plastic line coming out of the firewall and replace if cracked

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Check your vacuum lines, check valve and vacuum canister for leaks. these doors are operated by vacuum and defrost is the default position with no vacuum. get a vacuum gauge and pull vacuum on different parts of the system like pull vacuum on the line going through the firewall, make sure it holds vacuum if it doesn't you have a vacuum leak under the dash. Next, check the line going to the vacuum canister it takes a little longer to pull vacuum on since it is a larger canister and the system uses the vacuum stored in there when the engine is not pulling enough vacuum like while under acceleration. also check the one way check valve on the line going through the firewall they occasionally go bad and would cause this. Check all other vacuum lines for deterioration and cracks and replace all or as necessary the stuff is pretty cheap at the auto parts store so you might as well do it all while you are already there. Harbor freight has a vacuum gauge pretty cheap and advance auto and auto zone have loner tool programs for free and might have one for you.

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It sounds like you might have a vacuum leak. The air doors that control where the air flow goes are vacuum operated, and if a line gets broken or dry cracks, the system will go to its "default" setting, which is usually either the defroster or the floor. Start at the engine and check all of your vacuum lines, both rubber and the hard plastic ones. There will be at least one vacuum line, usually a hrd plastic one, that goes through the firewall, near where the heater box is. Check them all. Remember that there are also vacuum lines that go inside the car, behind the dash to the control head. Good luck.

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