Because U have a Vaccume leak-either a bad Vaccume hose going 2 the Vaccume Canister or the Canister.Sometimes they have small hard plastic hoses that crack or get brittle from Heat-IT only takes a very small leak 2 cause your problem,Even the Actuator inside the car could b bad or a hose off under the dash.
Under the hood in front of the transmission dip stick is a vacuum line. If it is disconnected or split it will make the air vents not work. If that's not it check your fuses.
Cose the high vents in the winter and low in the summer..
Your front blower motor has gone out. There is a front and a rear blower motor.
Usually is a vacuum problem. The vacuum works through the climate controls to make the vent doors open and close.
Yes, Mt. Erebus does have secondary vents. There are many of them, and they are located close to its inner crater.
Because the vents are vacuum operated and when u floor it the motor losses vacuum
check to see if the controls for the vents are working, there is ususally a vaccum control unit and it may mot be working on the rear vents. hope it helps. duboff
I just fixed a similar problem on my 95 LeSabre, got info from this website. http://www.imcool.com/articles/aircondition/fix_vacuum_line.htm
There is a conduit with a fastener at the end. When I obtained my 2005 Buick LeSabre my rear air vents seemed to blow less than I had expected. After further inspection, I discovered that the conduit was not attached to the vent stack. So I played with it until I got it to slide into the vent stack and it seems to work as I would have expected at present.
I close the door and vents to rooms I don't use on a daily basis because I don't want to heat rooms I am not in. That can get expensive and it's not "green".
Make sure refrigerant is fully charged. Does it have dual climate control? Perhaps passenger side sensor is not working properly
side floor vents are manually closed, been along time but i think that's right.
The air of your Chevy trailblazer 2004 blow out of the front vents when the air conditioner is on because the air condition is faulty and it needs repair.
There is not a fuse that controls the air to your vents in your 2000 Toyota. The vents are controlled by blending doors. The doors open and close to direct air to the desired location.
Front heater core is in the dash, the rear heater core is all the way in the back of the vehicle. If you have steam coming out of the dash vents, the front HC is leaking. If you have steam coming out of the rear heater vents, then the rear core is leaking.
It depends on how much wood you use and how you set your exhaust vents. It can get very smokey if you close the vents and add a bunch of wood chips/chunks
I believe the upper vents are for A/C only. The floor vents are for the Hot air. Test your ceiling controls by moving the knob from cold to hot, you should hear the air pass from upper vents to lower vents. Providing of course you have selected REAR from the front control panel.
Air vents are placed based on the required cfm load calculation per room not necessarily set at specific square feet apart. But you need to make sure that supply and return air are not close to each other. Supply air vents should be placed close to outside walls and return air close to interior central walls.
the contractions of the heart push the blood through vents, which close after the blood has passed to prevent back flow. these vents are also in Arteries.
Move the heat control lever to the off position.
It doesn't have to be if you close the vents and turn it down to a warmer temperature.