My dash vents ( the luvere ones ) are twisted, and/or missing. I would like to remove the old vents and replace them with functional ones. How do I remove them from the dash and can you recommend a place for replacements?
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My 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan was missing the plastic cover
for the cabin air filter compartment. Since the cabin air filter is right next
to the blower motor, it's the first place the cold AC air can blast out instead
of being properly channeled through the duct work and vents. On my van it's located under the dash at passengers' left
foot, maybe yours is the same? Take a look under the dash, you'll see the edge
of the cabin air filter exposed in an opening roughly 1.5" X 10". You
can special order a new cover at the dealer or pull one at your favorite junk
yard. It's a good time to install new filter. Pull out the old filter and use a
flashlight to look up in the compartment. Mice like to nest there.
my issue at the moment is that the linkage (control arms) have come apart. it looks like there's a part missing from between the two control arms. there's a small electric motor with one arm and another arm that controls a flap somewhere that shifts the air flow between floor and up top. both of these control arms have a square hole in the ends and i don't see a way for them to be reconnected. so i'm assuming that there's a part missing.
there is a vent hose that runs to the door. try opening the door and you will see a vent see if hot air comes out. if it does than it is the luver on the door.if it does not come out than you must look to find the hose on that side of the dashboard if you had any work done they might have knocked it off.
There's a good possibilty that you have a vacuum line off. When the heater controls lose vacuum, the heater will go into the defrost mode. There should be a small line, about 1/8 inch in diameter, that goes from the engine to the firewall. It's most likely on the passenger side.