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Suzuki vitara blower

The air blower on my vitara will not stay on fresh air it keeps switching to recirculate and it flashes I've put a new cabin filter in but it hasn't made any difference please help

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THIS COULD BR SOMETHING AS SIMPLE AS THE LITTLE AIR FLOW HOSES BEING CONNECTED BACK TO FRONT TO THE CONTROLLER SWITCH ON YOUR DASH OR UNDER THE BONNET!

Posted on May 08, 2014

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Inside cab blows out hot air controls are off but air still comes out


OUTSIDE AIR: Press this button to direct the system to use outside air.
Pressing the OUTSIDE AIR button will cancel the RECIRCULATION button.

RECIRCULATION: Press this button to limit the amount of outside air entering your vehicle.
This is helpful when you are trying to limit odors entering your vehicle or attempting to quickly cool down the interior. Pressing RECIRCULATION will recirculate air continuously.

RECIRCULATION is used when the fan control is OFF to limit odors, outside air and dust from entering your vehicle. All button lights will go off. The last setting selected will activate when the blower is turned back on.
Pressing the RECIRCULATION button will cancel the OUTSIDE AIR button. To return to normal operation and to prevent stale air, be sure to return the OUTSIDE AIR.

Between HEATER and BLEND mode, outside air is forced to reduce window fogging. If the RECIRCULATION button is pressed, the LED indicator will flash three times indicating that forced outside air is activated and RECIRCULATION is not available.

I think what your experiencing is normal. If you want to keep cold air form coming into the cabin, press the recirc button.

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The air blower on my vitara will not stay on fresh air it keeps switching to recirculate and it flashes I've put a new cabin filter in but it hasn't made any difference please help


HVAC failujres.
the fsm covers the test, what year car?
old vits use cables
new vits use damper motors. a mix. full spec.
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posted 5 times, a near record here, top record was 25.
alldata.com
log in, read the HVAC section
for testing the modes. on the dampers.
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here is the owners manual , should tell you in this

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If fresh air is selected it will automatically switch to recirculation and flash


If recirculation is active - Switch it off and The system will remember your setting the next time you switch it on.

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my guess> , seeing as Im blind and most answers , not hands on and blind are totally a waste...... ask your mechanic.
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