Question about 1998 Chevrolet Camaro
Check the vacuum line that comes through the firewall--make sure it's connected to the intake manifold and no leaks or cracked hose. If this line is good, see if you can access the back of the switch. There is a big vacuum connector you can pull off and check to see that vacuum from the intake is getting to the switch (I think it's usually a black line). If you have vacuum there, you either have a bad switch or bad actuator. Listen for a vacuum leak at the switch with engine running or just as you shut the engine off. If the switch is good and has vacuum, then you should be able to actuate some of the doors. If it only runs to the windshield, then it probably is not getting enough vacuum, as defrost is the default wien there is no vacuum.
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