why my heater does not switch from front vents to defrost?

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Asked by Nov 14, 2011 at 06:16 PM about the 2000 Chrysler LHS 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

heat works but will not switch from heat to defrost or vents wont change position

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could be a disconnected vacuum line

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ok will check lines.

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There is a supply vacuum line that goes through the firewall next to the brake booster usually. It sometimes gets disconnected or damaged. I fixed one on a 97 with 5.9l diesel that was on the right side of the engine going through the firewall as well. It had melted on the exhaust manifold. Either way, look for a line going into the firewall.

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Wil my heater keep the Windows in my car defrost without the heat coming out the defroster I have a 2000 Chrysler Concord

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That's what's wrong with my 2000 lhs it won't keep the Windows defrosted when it rains so it's not going to in the winter. I got to get this fixed.

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