I had the same problem on my 94 p/u. When I first start it up, and for about the first 15 minutes running, it would blow fine, but when I accelerated, the doors would shut, and then open again when I let off the gas. After about 15-20 minutes, it would stop blowing all together. I could hear the blower going but the doors that control the direction of the airflow would close. I went to my dealer and he replaced a vacuum regulator valve near the pcv valve. He also cut a different line and put one there as a modification. Two valves were about $9.50 including tax, and the problem is fixed. They didn't charge me labor because the manager is a friend, so I don't know if you could get them to do it for free, but I don't imagine they would charge much. It took all of 2 minutes.
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I the short answer is yes. The truck has a flow-thru vent feature as does most GM products. When the fan switch is off the outside air would flow into the truck. I thought you could still direct the air by way of the control panel, but by the wiring diagram it looks like everything is disabled when the fan switch is in the off position.
Sounds to me like the A/C clutch is no good and out of adjustment.You should goto your nerrest junkyard and get a used assembly take the clutch off then you learn how it comes off and install it on yours the save the pump for later use if needed. The clutch should only have a .010 air gap after install between th inner elctro magnet and the clutch plate it's self.
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You may want to check on the vents for it can be closed half way. If the vents are good then the problem will surely be on the blower itself. It can be worn out that's why the blower motor blows weak. Once replaced I believe you'll be good.
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check your blower hoses to see if one or more have come loose or got redirected or the selector switch isn't functioning properly (is it blowing better on defrost as opposed to floor vents, or forward vents, etc.)
Concerning your broken vent -- this can be caused by a broken linkage or a malfunctioning servo motor as well. these vent have air ducts the sway back and forth to adjust the dual air flow function. if the servo o linkages are malfunctioning or not connected for some reason, it will not allow total control of the air flow and temperature range. Now, if you have a combination of a flow error and temperatureerror as well, thai can be caused by a combination of the two.
In this case, you will need to inspect the linkages as well as the servo motor function as well. in addition, i would test the air temp sensors for there operational value. they control the temp when you adjust the coll or hot function.
Concerning the Loud noise coming from the blower fan---
This issue can be caused by a misalignment within the blower housing or, it can also be caused by some minor damage within the motor itself, causing it to rotate in a erratic manner, in return, forcing it to rub against the housing itself. the best solution here is to extract this blower fan housing and inspect for lose fan propeller and motor stability. replace parts accordingly.
it's either a fuse or it's a bad blower motor, it could be a bad blower
motor resistor but usually you'll get either high or low only, so if
you have nothing on any speed, high low etc, and all the fuses are ok
chances are it's your blower motor.