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Panel Blend Switch

iteotwawki

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OK the question, when I have the blend switch set to Panel, I can still feel significant air flow at my feet.

The switch works. If I move it to Defrost, I can hear the doors close and feel the air flow above the dash or if I move it to floor, the air will only blow on the floor, but If I set the switch to Panel, I still get air flow down by my feet.

Any ideas?
 
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iteotwawki

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Mr. Moderator, can you please move this to the Under the hood forum, it's a little quiet here? :D I should have put it there in the first place.
 
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wood1

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I would start by removing the control and seeing if there is anything obvious. Then make sure the airbox doors etc are working right.
 
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iteotwawki

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Thanks for the tip.

I would start by removing the control and seeing if there is anything obvious. Then make sure the airbox doors etc are working right.

:( I was hoping to avoid that, however that's probably the first step. I'll be digging into the dash anyways as I have to deal with a pesky tachometer that reads inaccurately.
 
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sector9

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Did you find anything? I am having this same issue.
 
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