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Condensate leakage blowing in from lower a/c air vent 2006 pontiac G6

I have been haveing condensate blowing in from my lower air vent and i can here water moveing inside car when i make a turn in the car went to dealership and they said that the condensate line was stoped up with trash this was a year ago and it is doing it again..any sugestions....lee_vicks@hotmail.com

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Your heater selector valve may be stuck

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Pontiac g6 2006 heater/ac fan doesnt work on #3 speed setting, fan made squealing bearing noise for a while but quit, also inside/outsied air vent switch vent makes clicking noise when set to outside air


you will need to replace the blower motor as it has probably siezed going by the squealing noise you say you heard.i`m assuming this has more than 3 speeds for the fan motor.if it wasn`t working on one speed then you probably have a bad blower motor resistor that will need to be replaced as well so you will have all fan speeds.this is located in the air duct housing near the blower motor and will have about 6 wires on it.some of these on under the hood on the firewall anywhere from the passenger side to the center of the firewall.not sure about the vent switch.if the vent switch is moving the doors and you hear a clicking then you may have a vent door problem that the door pivot is worn.

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see if u need a new blower

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check the blend door actuators and for a vaccum leak to the hvac

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How do you change the vent solenoid in a 2006 pontiac g6 gt? Do you have to drop the fuel tank to access it?


If you look under the car between the rear axle and the fuel tank you should see the charcoal canister. The vent solenoid should be attached to the side of it.

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