Check your Air Conditioning / Heater Vacuum Check Valve. It located under the passenger side fuel rail cover. This plastic part break apart because of the heat of the engine over time. The vacuum tubes probably are just hanging next to this valve. I had this same problem and this was the part in question.
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you have a vacuum leak check hoses, listen for leak on smaller hoses.vacuum controls the air that comes out of defroster , floor, or dash.
Water on the floor can be caused by a leaking windshield, a bad heater core, or a plugged drain line for the air conditioning condensation. If the water is warm when it comes out, or smells sweet, it is from the heater core.
Leaking windshield or clogged windshield cowl drain lines.
your switch cable might be broke you will have to remove your dash
== == It's on the floor sometimes hidden by the carpet.
Answerwhich vacuum system diagram are you looking for? Let me know.....email@example.com I have a 1978 Corvette with factory a/c. The unit works fine except it blows the cold air on the floor rather than through the vents. I know they is an actuator that controls this but I can not find it.
Water can get in when the firewall flashing is missing outside under the windshield cowling. The water gets into the heater/defroster system and then drains on to the floor.
There is a foot switch on the driver's floor by your left foot.
look around the bottom of the seat their should be bolts leading through the floor board take those out (their should be 4 of them) and just remove the seat.
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The 1979 Chevrolet Corvette air flow door might the stock in the position so that air only blows out of the floor vents. The air flow door is located next to the blower fan.
reseal the windshield
Check for a vacuum leak or broken vacuum line first and if all is correct then you will need to check the a/c - heater controller..........
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under the passenger side floor next to body rail
The big chunk of steel that supports the bottom of the windshield and the front floor.
1) a damaged floor pan . 2) a rusted floor pan . 3) it's not coming from outside, the heater core is leaking.
more than likely the windshield is leaking and the water is running behind the dash onto the floor.
Windshield seal? Lower door seal? Hole in floor ?
you could have a heater core leaking or your windshield is leaking and the water is running down behind the dash and onto the floor.
Possibly at the same place it is on a 1982 Corvette behind drivers seat in front of battery between battery and carpet on floor at rear of seat. Its worth a try
No. You have either a leaking heater core, or a leak at the windshield.
its probably not cracked open the sun roof there should be a small hole in the front of where the glass goes when it is closed in the corner try and blow compressed air through it there is a drain tube that should go through the frame of the windshield when you blow the air through it feel where it comes out that's where your leak is