no air comes throgh floor vents or def

Asked by Nov 11, 2012 at 09:43 PM about the 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

motor seems to be working fine, both hoses are hot going to condenser. can hear air blowing but not coming in the car.

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probably the blower motor or the switch in the dash plate isnt working

or you could have sucked up a piece of paper and could be blocking airflow

it is a hole in the bottom of the housing that holds the radiator looking thing. air is blowing out of that hole. when i cover the hole, still no air going inside.

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The blower motor is very easy to take off from under to hood, 3 screws, take it out and make sure there is nothing stuck inside, also make sure the blow wheel on the motor is not broken, if all seems fine, you have a problem the either the cable that goes the the slider in the climate panel, or a mode door is broken or something it stuck inside the heater housing duck work. How does the slider feel when you move it from defrost and floor? DO you hear a change in noise when you do this? Proud owner of 9 Grand Wagoneers here!!

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