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Air vent problem

1995 Jeep Grand cherokee with a problem with the ventilation system. No matter where I set the air selection control, air only comes out of the lower vents near my feet.

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  • 6fischers Jun 08, 2008

    Interesting solution and I will try it......but why would this work. Is it resetting the computer?



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Sounds like a vacuum issue. The vent positions are controlled by vacuum. You probably have a broken line somewhere. Should be a cheap and easy fix once you locate the problem. It *might* be a problem with the actuators that move the airflow doors but my money is on a broken vac line.

There are some good discussions and step by step instructions to troubleshoot this on various jeep forums.

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Try removing the battery terminals for about half hour and putting them back on in simular cases this has worked if you have no luck you may have to remove your dash to inspect switches and vent tubing

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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    shane donegan Jun 09, 2008

    as to that yes thats resetting it but if it fails to work for you i would say pull the dash apart to check that all is operating behind there

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