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Old 06-16-2006, 01:14 AM   #1
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For some reason, the vents in my bonne just DON'T WANT TO BLOW. It gets plenty cold / hot accordingly, it just doesn't move air like it should, and it sure as hell is turning the fan motor. Is there a cabin air filter that might be super clogged? If so, where the hell is it?

any and all input is greatly appreciated, and if i missed a topic on this in my searching, i apologize. I searched for 30 minutes looking for it, and found nothing.

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i dont think your HVAC system is designed with one...do you hear your blower motor running? Can you hear air rushing at the intake ducts around the windshield wipers?

but you said you can hear it...soo

most likely the device that switches the ducting is non operational...i am pretty sure that is vacuum operated..i may be wrong, but does air come from any place harder than another or does it come out of all openings at the same approximate CFM rate?
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It'* possible that your evaporator could be clogged. Here'* a link to the techinfo article on how to clean it.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=63
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It'* possible that your evaporator could be clogged. Here'* a link to the techinfo article on how to clean it.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=63
that sure looks like something i'm gonna be trying on monday, thanks!
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