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re: A/C vents type 44

Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum.

At least in the case of my '89 100, the same A/C symptom was caused by a
disconnected vacuum hose (lurking beneath the large black plenum cover). Of
course a loss of vacuum could occur at other points along the line, which I
guess eventually ends at the (flap) controller, down below the dash. Isn't
this also where a a broken/loose return spring can misdirect the airflow
(or maybe that's related to a different symptom?)

>Date: Sat, 19 Jun 1999 21:12:22 -0600
>From: "Mark Rutherford" <mark@afnetinc.com>
>Subject: A/C vents type 44
>I know that this has been covered a million times, but what goes wrong that
>prevents air from coming out of the middle vents on the dash.  I have tons
>of mechanical experience but thought I would ask before looking at it
>tomorrow.  Could someone point me in the right direction.

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