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Old 06-30-2005, 11:07 PM   #1
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i have a question, When my ac is on you can hear the fan blowing, and it sounds like it is really blowing hard, but the breeze out the vents dosen't feel like much. I had the dash face off and the foam seals were bad so I put some foam weather strip on them and it seemed to help but it still dosen't blow real hard. Anybody have any ideas?

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This more than doubled my flow!!
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This more than doubled my flow!!
doing that 2morrow
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You'll know when you open up the airbox why you haven't had any flow....I had a 1/4" of grime, dust, lint, whatever caked on the front of the evaperator.
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Saw this same thing in another thread....there is a warning when doing it.

Be careful with the water...you can fill the floor of your car if you aren't careful.
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