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2001 ASTRO VAN AIR CONDITIONING

MY AIR ONLY BLOWS ON MY FEET, NOT THRU THE VENTS WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM

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    1999 Astro with the same problem. Cool air comes from defroster and the rear AC but does not cool the car without air coming from the dash vents.

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Vacuum leak or your control valve is defective

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i suspect the vents are controlled by vacuum and are not opening due to a vacuum leak.

Robert

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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