Any idea about an after blower feature on 2014 Impala? A blower that stays after turning car off to dry condensation from a/c so it doesn't mildew.
I have searched for information on this and I haven't found anything. I was told
that its a setting that has to be turned on by a technician. I live in a state that
the humidity is horrible and they say it was designed for people who live in
areas like this. There is a horrible smell that comes through the vents due to
the mildew. This can't be good to be breathing. Any info would be great!
Try turning AC off a few minutes before you stop, just keep blower running, give the evap core a chance to dry. Check the condensation drain isn't fouled up. You can also use a spray cleaner designed for AC systems, you spray it into the outside air vent in the cowl .
Search Chevrolet Impala Questions
Are you a UK consumer? CarGurus now has a discussion forum in the UK.
Chevrolet Impala Experts