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Old 09-02-2009
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So no matter what setting it is on, max ac etc.. it only blows through the windshield. Except off, lol. Never really noticed till now, and i do have a guy coming tonight who is interested in the truck so ANY help would be greatly appreciated. Like i said not a huge deal, it works, just cant really think of what would make it do that.
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Vacuum lines. Check them all. Then check the vacuum ball on the passenger side splash guard. Its a common problem.
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Vacuum lines. Check them all. Then check the vacuum ball on the passenger side splash guard. Its a common problem.
Couldn't it also have something to do with the blend door? Just a thought...
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Couldn't it also have something to do with the blend door? Just a thought...
Not likely. The vacuum lines are a common problem.
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Not likely. The vacuum lines are a common problem.
My neighbor had the same problem with his F-150 and it turned out to be the blend door...that's why I chimed in.
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blend door? info or pics please.
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Its the door that forces the air where in needs to go. Again the common problem is the lines under the hood for it. You could have a pin hole leak.
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