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My air conditioner won't blow in the front of the car. The vents in the 2nd and 3rd row seating blow just fine. I believe it might be the bloweer and if so were is that located? jesteraqce

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Replace your blower motor resistor. We just had this problem and now ours is working just fine. They said it is either the blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor. The only people that had in stock was at the dealership and cost 85 dollars.

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The blower is often under the dashboard and equally often, difficult to access.
If you have clear air flow at some but not others, the blower (that mostly services all vents) is probably OK.
The front vents have dampers that block or allow passage of air and these most often are controlled by vacuum from the intake manifold.
Check under the hood for smaller (3/8") hoses coming from the intake manifold to ensure none are disconnected or cracked. There is also, in most vehicles, a vacuum canister that 'charges' under mild operating conditions and supplies vacuum briefly when the engine is suddenly loaded and vacuum falls.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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