Q: What would make the vents on a 1995 Monte Carlo stop working?

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I just had that problem with my 99 Monte Carlo. When I accelerated or went uphill No air would come out of the dash vents. Problem was a Vacuum hose. Cost about $40 to fix.

There is no such thing as a 2010 Monte Carlo, so the answer would be no

There is no such thing as a 2008 Monte Carlo, so the answer would be no.

you have a blown head gasket

Yes

it would be euros

The Funny Side. I don't think the population of Monte Carlo would be very impressed if you sprayed them with freon.

no there two different body styles

why would a 2003 Monte Carlo hesitate between 30-45 mph

CS-786 Echlin points fit your stock 72 Monte Carlo.

I'm trying to find out what kind of tire pressure sensor would my 2004 monte carlo need?

The most economical and practical solution would be to buy an SS Monte Carlo with a V8 already installed.

Because Monte Carlo is a Biscuit and it would be rather stale if its from 1994... fool!!!

One might find a 1987 Monte Carlo SS for sale in the classified section of a local newspaper. The website autotrader would be another source for locating a 1987 Monte Carlo SS for sale.

Problem with the SRS. Not a DIY repair as serious injury can occur when working on the SRS. Take it to a professional.

The dash light dimmer switch is either turned off or is defective. jd

A 1986 Monte Carlo SS can be purchased at federal and provincial auctions, private auctions and online. The online websites where a 1986 Monte Carlo SS would be found are Kijiji, eBay, Amazon and specific classic car dealers.

Yes

no it would be carbureted, not fuel injected

Depending on what you mean by "repair", the common issue for a speedo not working in an 80s Monte, is due to a bad cable, which would just need replacing. Your question needs a little more detail.

vacuum leak?

i think you would have to use an unraveled coat hanger

Car and distributor would have to be replaced

Brooklyn. * No , I would say Monte Carlo, in Monaco.

The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate.