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Old November 2nd 05, 07:40 PM
dhawo
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Red 1990 Miata - "Little Miss Getaround"

Has anyone experienced a heater problem like this?

-When the flap is set to Recirc, I feel air coming out
of the vents. Of course this is not good on rainy days
as the windows fog up.

-When the flap is set to Fresh Air intake I feel no air
coming out of the vents, neither floor, dash or defrost.

I looked down under and have not found any disconnected
linkage. Im open for all ideas. Thanks you all... Dean
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Old November 2nd 05, 08:57 PM
Lanny Chambers
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In article . net>,
dhawo > wrote:

> -When the flap is set to Recirc, I feel air coming out
> of the vents. Of course this is not good on rainy days
> as the windows fog up.
>
> -When the flap is set to Fresh Air intake I feel no air
> coming out of the vents, neither floor, dash or defrost.


That's backward. Are you sure you're reading the control symbols
correctly?

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Old November 9th 05, 06:42 AM
dhawo
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Lanny Chambers wrote:
> In article . net>,
> dhawo > wrote:
>
>
>>-When the flap is set to Recirc, I feel air coming out
>>of the vents. Of course this is not good on rainy days
>>as the windows fog up.
>>
>>-When the flap is set to Fresh Air intake I feel no air
>>coming out of the vents, neither floor, dash or defrost.

>
>
> That's backward. Are you sure you're reading the control symbols
> correctly?
>

Actually its not backwards in that one should feel air pressure
out any of the vent outlets when the fan motor is running.
Dean
 




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