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Air only coming out of the defroster on 1991 Chevy S10 , but not switching over to the vents. Traced a good vacuum into and out of the tee going into the firewall. Wanted to know if I could be supplied with a vacuum diagram that controls the vent doors.

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    yadayada May 25, 2011

    Replace the vacuum mode control switch.

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Sounds like door is jammed by debris(PENCIL/PEN ,PEN CAP,ETC) -might need to disassemble dash and heater box- if have good vac pressure at controls and they are working right....

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