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Old 10-05-2011
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Slight Problem

So I did my body lift this weekend. Everything went great. Truck looks good etc.... well, now when I'm driving, the floor vents are on. So if I turn the heat up, the air gets hotter, if I turn it down it gets colder. But I have the switch on the HVAC panel turned off. Wtf? Why is it doing this? Am I the only one that's having this problem? LOL
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Old 10-06-2011
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I always thought that was normal.All my vehicles do it.It keeps fresh air circulating into the cab.
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Not sure y it would go to floor. I would expect it to go to defrost. Defrost is default. Unless ur door is stuck the wrong way. But at off it should be minimal blowing
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mine does this. its not a high volume of air. its a tiny bit
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both my rangers did that too so the problem must be you kewn

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Can you guys adjust the temp of the air though?
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yea if i put it on cold it goes cold and same with hot
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hmm mine dont do that.
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yea if i put it on cold it goes cold and same with hot
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Are you getting vacuum to your heater control valve in the OFF position? When mine wasn't getting good vacuum it did this. The heater core was always getting coolant (where the warm air was) and then when you turned the **** the blend door closed the heater core air flow off.
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