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    Wtf?! GRRR

    I have replaced more shit on this car, I swear. Today I drove to work with heater on VENTS. It was blowing, I felt it. Switched it to defroster because of the rain. Now I can get it to blow defroster and floor but not vents. Tried AC also, it won't go to vents either. Tell me I don't have to tear the entire dash out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smkn_TA View Post
    I have replaced more shit on this car, I swear. Today I drove to work with heater on VENTS. It was blowing, I felt it. Switched it to defroster because of the rain. Now I can get it to blow defroster and floor but not vents. Tried AC also, it won't go to vents either. Tell me I don't have to tear the entire dash out!
    its only august. is it really that cold in iowa? august is by far the hottest month here in vegas. besides who needs a/c anyways. t-tops and windows are fine for me especially in this heat. i plan on tearing my a/c out. and its my dd

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    prob not, look under the hood on the passenger's side

    you should see this plastic looking thing with vacuum lines going to it, this plastic thing is like a cylinder 3/4 in diameter maybe an inch or so tall

    this same problem happened to me because one of the nipples / vacuum line was leaking on this little cylinder thingy

    if thats not the problem, keep searching for a vacuum leak

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    Also pull the under panel where your BCM is located under the glove box. There will be a round vacuum block with multi colored hoses. Check for cracked or disconected hoses there aswell.
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    Hmm...don't they make some sort of smoke bomb I can throw in to check for leaks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    prob not, look under the hood on the passenger's side

    you should see this plastic looking thing with vacuum lines going to it, this plastic thing is like a cylinder 3/4 in diameter maybe an inch or so tall

    this same problem happened to me because one of the nipples / vacuum line was leaking on this little cylinder thingy

    if thats not the problem, keep searching for a vacuum leak
    I think what he said, when I first swapped to my ls-6 manifold I remember the instruction said to block off a line "didn't have to" and this skinny little line that hooked to the back of the intake I had plugged and then the air no longer worked it's a bitch to get to but it may be it.

    it hooked in from the passenger side.
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