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After shutting vehicle off, air comes out of ducts in bursts about 15 seconds apart Its a 2004 Envoy and the cooling system is fine, no leaks,and the AC works

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    yadayada Apr 23, 2017

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SOURCE: 2004 Envoy AC works but does not come out the front vents. Only @ windshield

You most likely have a bad mode actuator. http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=40235

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: AC blows cool air on passenger side but warm on driver's

Yes there is both a door and a flapper you have a problem with a blend door motor, it is not switching to cold it is half open and half closed so you need to replace the motor vacuum motor it is under the dash near the heater on the passenger side and if it is the other motor under dash you will have to take part of the dash apart to get to it, to test buy a piece of vacuum hose 1/8 inch diameter about 3 feet long and you can hook it to each of the vacuum motors and **** on the end of the line to see which one is causing you the problem, also could be the control head for the AC inside the car where the controls are, you have to remove the ac cluster ot get to the vacuum switch it's all vacuum operated and if you pull it out you will be able to here an audible sound of air leaking if it's the switch.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: I have 2003 gmc envoy my front ac control does not

Need to check to see if the blower motor is running.If it is,but not threw the vents,most likely a vent door actuator motor.The actuator motor in this case would be bad,it is hard to get to,unless you are mechanically inclined,You can do it your self.If the blower motor is bad,just replace it.Check fuses first,and the blower relay.If I can help,let me know.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Passenger ac vent cools and driver side ac vent do not

It sounds like a heater blend door issue inside the heater box that is actually not closing all the way to allow either cool or hot air or visa/versa.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: duo therm ac problem

Same problem. I have a 2005 on a Rockwood Roo. Worked fine in October 2009. Not working June 2010. Problem is not a freon leak, compressor went bad. I banged the compressor gently with rubber mallet then with a hammer but that did not work. The fan runs, the compressor runs but gets hot. Also no indication of freon moving through system as everything gets warm from the compressor outward.

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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Specifically the Processor. When the Processor becomes too hot, (Goes past it's Thermal Limit), it turns off.
This is a Fail Safe feature that is built-in, to keep the Processor from burning up.

The reason the Processor is overheating;

1) The inside of the laptop is dirty.
The hardware components inside a laptop are cooled by air.
There is a small Cooling Fan which draws air into the Air Intake Duct.

Foreign material such as Dirt, Dust, Hair, Food Crumbs, Lint, and other objects collect on the Cooling Fan, and in the Air Intake Duct.

The Air Intake Duct leads to a Cooling Tube, which in turn leads to a Heatsink.

A typical Heatsink is composed of a flat metal plate, which has tall fins protruding from it.
Heat is absorbed by the flat plate, and into the tall fins. The fins absorb the heat, and radiate it out.

Air drawn in by the fan, flows through the spaces in-between the fins, and carries the heat away.

The Heatsink is attached to the Processor, and may also be attached to the GPU.
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Once the Air Intake Duct, Cooling Fan, Cooling Tube, and Heatsink are clogged with the 'Gunk' mentioned above, the cooling capacity of the cooling system drops tremendously.

Solution is to remove the AC adapter (Charger), and the Battery.
A can of compressed air for computers is used, and the Air Intake Duct, and Cooling Fan are cleaned out with the air.

(Be SURE it is the intake side, and not the exhaust side. If you blow air in the exhaust side, you will be pushing the gunk back in, not removing it.

Your Air Intake Duct is on the bottom of the laptop, in the circular grille shape)

Attach the plastic straw to the can of air's nozzle.

Hold the laptop up on it's Left side, and the back facing you, on a towel placed on a table, with one hand.

Use the other hand for the can of air, and bring the plastic straw about a finger length away, from the Air Intake grille opening.

Use Short Bursts of air, as you are real close to the Cooling Fan. If you use a long burst of air, you may spin the fan faster than it was designed for, and cause damage to the fan's bearings.

A Short Burst of air is squeezing the trigger in all the way, then letting go.

Start at one side of that round opening, and go across to the other side. Come down in rows as you proceed.

After you are satisfied that the Air Intake Duct, and Cooling Fan is clean, lay the laptop down in it's normal position.

Prop the Left side up with a book on it's side, for about 10 minutes.
This will allow any moisture that may have been caused by the can of compressed air, to dissipate.

Now remove the book, reinstall the Battery, and plug in the AC adapter.

This link shows you - Disassembly of a Toshiba Satellite L355, or L355D laptop.
It is not an invitation to disassembling your laptop, I just want to show you the hardware components, I've been referring to above.

(It's part of the Toshiba Satellite L300 series of laptops)

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-L355D/laptop-disassembly-1.htm

Step 1 shows you the Air Intake Duct grille, and the Cooling fan under the grille. The round opening on the upper right side.
You can left-click on the photo to enlarge it.

The page numbers are on the bottom of the page.
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Click on Page 2
Step 9 shows the Keyboard removed, and the top of the Cooling Fan.

If the above solution doesn't cure your problem, the laptop may have to opened up to this state, and the fan blades, and surrounding shroud, cleaned out.

You may feel this is beyond your ability. In any case, I am showing you what the computer repair tech will be doing.

The repair tech will be using a small soft bristle brush to dislodge the heavy gunk, then a can of air is used.

Q-tips can be used in a pinch to substitute for the brush, then short bursts with a can of air are used.

Page 3, Steps 16, 19 and 20 give you a bottom view of the Cooling Fan, and the shroud that surrounds the fan.
Step 20 shows you the Cooling Fan, the Cooling Tube, and the Heatsink.

The curved copper colored tube is the Cooling Tube.
There are two Heatsinks used.

One is at the left side, that has two screws circled in Red. Has a V shaped piece of metal on top, and an upside down V shaped piece of metal on bottom.
This Heatsink is for the GPU.

To the right of this Heatsink is another Heatsink with two screws circled in Red.
This is the Processor heatsink.
The Processor is underneath this Heatsink.


2) The laptop's Air Intake Duct opening is blocked.
The Air Intake Duct opening is on the bottom of the laptop.

Laying the laptop on your lap can block this opening.
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Laying the laptop on a bed, couch, or directly on a carpet floor, can have the same effect.

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To help the cooling system you can use a laptop cooler pad.
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When a processor in a computer becomes too hot, it shuts off. (More specifically BIOS turns it off) NO processor running, NO computer.

Since the opening for the Air Intake Duct, (Left front side), is on the side close to the bottom, it makes an excellent(?) location to 'inhale' foreign debris. Dust/Dirt/Hair/Food Crumbs/Lint, you name it.
When this foreign debris goes inside the Air Intake Duct it clogs it up, dramatically reducing the cooling efficiency of the cooling system.

The Air Intake Duct is connected directly to the System Fan, and this fan blows air through the Cooling Tube for the processor, and graphics.
The Cooling Tubes, One for the Processor, One for the Graphics), is about the width, and height of your little finger!

Solution?
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Do NOT blow out the Exhaust Duct!

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/sm/compnts.htm#wp999507
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This is the Service Manual main page,
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Would appreciate it if you would rate my answer.

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