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Old 03-06-2007, 12:31 PM
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i just put a heater core,blower and fan switch in my camaro and now my air only comes out the defroster (barely)when i open the flap by hand i can hear what sounds like a vacuum.i do you think i disconected something by accident?i didnt have to take the dash out so i can not see in there to good.gm dealer wants $300.00 so i would like to fix it myself.any help would be appreciated.thanks don winters

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Sounds like something is undone in there..just what dunno..

Anyway moving to general rodding tech and hope some one has an answer for this..

I have tried most all of it and now do what is known to work..

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Vacuum hose operates the flapper door.
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Originally Posted by johnsongrass1
Vacuum hose operates the flapper door.
i have been ding alot of research on this and was told in 87 they put a heater control valve in camaros but the guy that put the engine in never put it back on.i have two hard plastic lines one is straight the other has a elbow.i was wondering if i could just put a tee in the line and go to the carb.this is driving me crazy putting in all this money and it seems everyone that touches my car they never do it right.i live in a small town like the Andy Griffith show
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