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Venting The actuators are not working the venting flaps in the ducting system the fan works fine but no matter what position you place the controls in hardly any air passes through

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Hi. I'm understand you are talking about the A/C.
IF yes.
The first step is.
Check the vaccum line suply.
Because all the actuator work with vaccum.
Remove the A/c control panel, check if there a vaccum
If you found vaccum. Chack for leak. at any of the outles.
Because if one of the outles leak . the rest don't will work.

I can send a vaccum diagram if you give me the especific engine size on your car.

I hope this information work for you.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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