93 grand am... that's a Pontiac product. Burn it!
To remove the air vents on a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT, a person will have to pry them out with a screwdriver. Apply gentle pressure between the vent and the dash.
1 of many possiblitesWell depending on what you mean, you obviously can check for airflow the vents with your hand, Is your blower on and no air, if you can hear it but not feel it, could have a blend door issue. cant hear it, id check relays, could be a blower motor resistor block
Check vacuum hoses and diaphrams under dash and at firewall
If your 03 Trailblazer blows heat out of the back vents when set on AC sometimes, it could be because of a faulty blower motor resistor block.
Grand Marquis are designed and wired so that the VAC door fails and will even cause engine not to start due to wires be connected together under dash.
If you are refering to the vents near or on the door try toggling the switches near the steering wheel. One is marked L and the other R. You can move them up or down.
maybe the a/c needs to be recharged with freon
it is the moter that spins the fan that blows your heat or ac out of your vents
Usually is a vacuum problem. The vacuum works through the climate controls to make the vent doors open and close.
My ac blows only in the defroster and not any of the other vents i have 98 ford windstar 3.8 v6
There may be several reasons why the air only blows out the front vents and not on the floor or the defrost on the 2003 Dodge Ram. The fuses may be blown, or the heating coil is not working correctly.
I had the same problem and then the fan quit blowing. It was all controlled by the automatic temperature controller. If I remember correctly it was referred to as a ATC chip. I purchased the chip on line from a used parts outfit somewhere in the north for about $50.00. It is pretty easy to install. It's located on the firewall on passenger side behind a heather hose
You have antifreeze leaking from somewhere that is hitting something hot and turning it to steam.When you turn on the AC the fan is pulling it into the vents. Keep track of your engine collant levels and if they are lowering then there is your problem!!
It could be a low charge, but start by cleaning your filter and see if that helps. If the compressor isn't coming on, it could be burned up.
could be that your vent on your dash is open.it will pull outside air in and if you are using the ac the air coming in the vent is from the hot weather outside.........there is a little spinning knob between the vents , make sure it is closed
This is the same on all cars. When the air flow is OFF in a section, the it blows stronger to the other vents. In this case the ones for the windshield. This makes defrosting quicker so you can start driving safely sooner.
My ac blows fine through the overhead, floor and side vents but intermittentely throught the front vents. What might be the cause?
It's either the thermostat or the heater controls.
The motor which blows air through the vents.
the water control vale could be broken or have a broken vacuum line to the valve. If it is cable operated valve the cable could be broken or jamed. the heater core could be pluged
If it blows only out the defroster vents : then check for Vaccume leak Rick ASE L-1 Master TransMichigan.com
Either you need to pen your vents or there is some vent obstruction.
The vents are controlled by vaccuum from the intake manifold. Check for a split rubber vac. hose on the manifold- Hope that helps.
The 1984 Buick uses vacuum lines to change air flow from defroster to ac vents. Check the entire vacuum system for leaks.