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Broken vacuum flap for defrost on 1997 jeep wrangler repairable?

I looked at the vacuum actuators by gas petal and found the end of the flap broken off still attached to vacuum switch can this be repaired or replaced easily

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Yes parts are easily accsessable online,check make and model

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When you lose enough vacuum...the "blend door's" default position is to blow out the defrost.

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Theres no tension behind the gas petal when i press it


The pedal is connected to a wire cable which runs to a valve or flap of some type at the intake end of the fuel injector under the hood. Either the cable has broken, or the spring which keeps the fuel injector opening closed down to idle position has broken or the cable has come off at one end or the other. Raise the hood and have a companion move the pedal up and down while you find the accelerator cable housing, most likely will be black. If the stiff wire cable inside the housing is moving with your friend's movement of the pedal then you should look to the end of the cable. You will see a small grooved wheel and the cable lies in that groove, and its movement turns the wheel which moves the flap inside. If the cable is not moving then your accelerator cable has broken or come loose at the pedal end.

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The air selector for the heater/air conditioner moves but the air only comes out of the defroster. I need to know how to remove the console to see if the connector is broken. Can anyone help?


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There is a flap in your heater box that is controled by your vent switch by your heater controls. listen for a vacuum leak. that is common and hopfully the problem. there is vacuum lines that control the vent door that redirects the air to your vents.

Has your dash been messed with recently? if so i would check there first. you should hear a hissing if thats the problem.

Otherwise these also are common for that door flap to break and not switch NE more. thats the only 2 things that i can think of off th wtop of my head to be the problem. this would require the whole dash to come apart if its this problem

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