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not very good one to fix , somtimes cables that operate opening and closing of air vents bellow dash separate , and stop from opening , i think you will find most things under foot panels near passenger feet . and center consol near passenger feet . , you may need to take of those panels to see is you can visially see anything .
Your talking about the center dash vent assembly that wraps over the top of the dash correct. honda makes a special tool for this, however I use the hook from my 4peice pick set (it's got to be 4inches or longer). I stick the hook through the center dash vent and hook it on the inside of the air duct (not the adjustable vents) and simply pull toward you. you'll have to use a flash light to make sure you on the edge of the air duct. This pulls the clips and then you disconnect the hazzard switch and the sunlight temp sensor. -hope this helps
Pull the AC control in the dash and verify that there is vacuum going to it, all the different air diversion doors are operated by seperate vacuum motors controlled by the ac control head in the dash, as you switch it it sends vacuum to the correct location to work that door for the desired air outlet, dash, floor etc..
linkage inside dash or relay for electric front vents went bad
linkage sometimes comes off its holder from usage this is normal there only held in by a upin under the dash
if electric the relay for the the top vents needs replacing this i believe will be with rest of the relays in engine compartment