Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
No vacuum to switch. The system uses vacuum from the intake manifold to operate the various vent doors. Look under the hood for the small vacuum line that goes into the firewall near the A/C lines--there may be some other ones there a different color, but only one--usually black--goes to the intake manifold vacuum port. Make sure it's hooked up and not leaking there. If that's OK, see if you can get behind the control switch in the cabin. The line may have come loose there, or perhaps your switch is leaking there.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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