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Air conditioning My air conditioner and heat only come out via the defrost, can I fix this myself?

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Yes you could, all you have to do is to locate a faulty or loose or broken vacuum hose under the hood......that is all the problem you have.......

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Well, you have PART of the facts. The whole truth is that the air conditioning does NOT come on if you have the heat turned on and you are using any mode OTHER than DEFROST or A/C. You may not realize it, but you WANT the air to come on when you are using the defrost mode. The reason for this is because the cold coils of the A/C evaporator causes moisture in the air to condense and the moisture then is able to collect and run out the drain tube at the bottom of the A/C housing which empties outside the car. So the air goes through the A/C coils first to be dried, then through the heater core to be heated.

Without this feature in wet weather conditions, the heater would simply heat the moisture and blow it onto your windshield and into the rest of the vehicle. This will cause your windshield to fog up WORSE than if you did not use the defrosters. This will also cause your side and rear windows to fog up as well. You have probably noticed the side windows fogging also when you are using the floor heat. Have you noticed that when you put the mode selector in the defrost position to clear the windshield, that the side and rear windows will also clear? This is because the A/C is DRYING the air inside the car.

Another part that you are probably not aware of is that if the outside air temperature is below 35 Deg. F the air conditioner compressor will not run at all - no matter WHAT mode you have it in. It won't even run in the A/C mode. This is for two reasons:
1. It protects your A/C system from operating at too low of a temperature which can cause freezing of the A/C components and damage to the system.
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You may be experiencing the A/C clutch cycling on and off in the cooler weather with the defrost on. This is NORMAL. However, if it is causing the engine to surge dramatically when it cycles, then the problem is NOT that the A/C is causing undue stress on the engine, but rather that the Idle Air Control valve (IAC) is not reacting to this change like it should. The IAC is supposed to raise the engine RPM a slight amount just as the compressor engages to lessen the affects of the extra load that is placed on the engine. Some "surging feeling" cannot be avoided, however, if it is severe, then it needs to be checked out.

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In response to the vents being stuck on defrost and floor, from experience i can say that the most likely cause is the mode actuator has failed. If your battery has recently gone dead, that could have brought the problem to the surface. When the battery has gone dead, the heating and air conditioning controls relearn all the positions of the actuators behind the dash when the vehicle has been re-started. If there is a position sensor failing (which happens quite often) in one of the actuators, the heating and air conditioning controls won't be able to learn the correct position of the actuator and (in your case) defaults to the defrost/floor position.

The only way to fix that would be to replace the actuator. I would like to know what type of heating and air conditioning controls you have (manual or automatic) before i say anything on the blower only working on 5.

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