91 4 cyl A/C control question

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Old 27 Apr 2004, 03:23 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 91 4 cyl A/C control question

The heat and A/C fan input to vehicle comes through baffles in the center of
the console, above the radio. The wheel that opens and closes the baffle on
the left side no longer operates. I can push through the little space and
easily open the baffle but will not stay so. When fan comes on the baffle
closes.
Question:
How do I access the baffle and the wheel control to effect repair? Can I
remove the baffle assembly/wheel from the front?
If too difficult I guess I could just glue it open. Many times monkeying
with A/C ducts and baffles is most inconvenient.
Thank you one and all,
Seamus J. Wilson


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Old 28 Apr 2004, 04:22 am   #2 (permalink)
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"Sligo" <sligo@cox.net> wrote in message
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> The heat and A/C fan input to vehicle comes through baffles in the center

of
> the console, above the radio. The wheel that opens and closes the baffle

on
> the left side no longer operates. I can push through the little space and
> easily open the baffle but will not stay so. When fan comes on the baffle
> closes.
> Question:
> How do I access the baffle and the wheel control to effect repair? Can I
> remove the baffle assembly/wheel from the front?
> If too difficult I guess I could just glue it open. Many times monkeying
> with A/C ducts and baffles is most inconvenient.
> Thank you one and all,
> Seamus J. Wilson



I have a similar problem in that the wheel has recessed and cant be
operated. I just leave them open and use the recirc with fan off to shut-off
the airwhen you want to.
Pulling dashes apart (instrument panel) is a PI the Asss.

Jason


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Old 28 Apr 2004, 09:19 am   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 91 4 cyl A/C control question

Thank you for the reply. Agreed, nuisance. Unfortunately in my situation
the flapper wont stay closed.
Best,
Seamus J. Wilson
"Jason James" <flyhi @byplane.com> wrote in message
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> "Sligo" <sligo@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:5jzjc.1132$fE.1053@fed1read02...
> > The heat and A/C fan input to vehicle comes through baffles in the

center
> of
> > the console, above the radio. The wheel that opens and closes the

baffle
> on
> > the left side no longer operates. I can push through the little space

and
> > easily open the baffle but will not stay so. When fan comes on the

baffle
> > closes.
> > Question:
> > How do I access the baffle and the wheel control to effect repair? Can

I
> > remove the baffle assembly/wheel from the front?
> > If too difficult I guess I could just glue it open. Many times

monkeying
> > with A/C ducts and baffles is most inconvenient.
> > Thank you one and all,
> > Seamus J. Wilson

>
>
> I have a similar problem in that the wheel has recessed and cant be
> operated. I just leave them open and use the recirc with fan off to

shut-off
> the airwhen you want to.
> Pulling dashes apart (instrument panel) is a PI the Asss.
>
> Jason
>
>



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