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Heater/AC only blowing out of defroster vents

I have 4.0 L 2004 Jeep Wrangler Sport. Last week I noticed the heater was no longer blowing on my feet. I then tested it on all the settings. All air now comes out of the defroster vent. Any ideas on how to fix? Is it as simple as the relay... or something more serious?

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Defrost is the default. Pull the heater control panel off and make sure the vacuum lines are connected to the control. My Jeep had the same problem cause I was messing with the radio. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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Vacume hose off or cracked it wont change to floor heat ooorrr field mice have made them selves a home in your heater box

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