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A/C problems I apoligse for the delay in responding to your e mail. The 86 camaro I have has been converted from left to right hand [what a mess] and dose not respond to the controls as I feel it should and I am wondering if the coloured tubes have been changed around.There is no air to the screen, the vents at the end of the dash have been cut off, and air to the console no longer exists.The only air that comes through is from the 2 big door flaps that allow air at the centre face level. Your help would appreciated.

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Hey Not problem.
I Will help as more I can.
Ok. The question is You felt Air Flow for the Front center doors.
But not at the Side Doors..
If I'm right. The problem is the Air conducts at the side doors
Are broken, leaking, or just Disconnected.
Check the Ducts. Because if you have flow at the center is supossed to be in the side doors, because is the same actuator.

But for move the air flow positions. The system need Vaccum from the intake. On the Black hose on back of the A/C control.

OK. Check this step and letme Know.
I will answear as soon as possible.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

  • Juan Guillen Aug 24, 2008

    I'm sorry for this But INAPROPRIATE.

    Is A negative RATING.

    I'm try to help you I think I don't deserve INAP.



    Thank you.

  • Juan Guillen Aug 24, 2008

    here is the Vaccum diagram.



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