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iamfine2

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25
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Minneapolis
Corvette
1995
Guys,
How difficult is it to remove the center console and dash to check why I am not getting air flow from my upper dash a/c vents.
I have a 1981.
 

6880 Mike

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The Bluegrass State
Corvette
1968 convertible; 1980 L-82
Leave the center cluster installed. Do you have the AIM (assembly instruction manual)? Check the vacuum actuator down near your feet. It opens/closes to direct air to the defroster duct or the center vents for AC. Sounds like it is not opening when it should. Can you hear the hissing sound of a vacuum leak?

:)
 

THORIN

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Nov 19, 2004
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98
Location
Minneapolis
Corvette
1976 coupe
I had all kinds of stuff done to my 76 to get it to blow better. The biggest impact was blowing out the heater core. 30 years of garbage built up in it. Not much air flowing through it.
 

Koop

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545
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Kalifornia
Corvette
YELLOW 69 modified GM Crate ZZ383, LS2 TBSS
Harhar,

You have a C3, you don't get no stinking air flow! :rotfl
 

Koop

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Kalifornia
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YELLOW 69 modified GM Crate ZZ383, LS2 TBSS
Maybe give your girl a cup of ice cubes? :upthumbs

It's just a suggestion...
 

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