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Old 11-05-2007, 06:27 PM
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no heat coming out in the floor

my 98' s-10 & Dads 2000'GMC Sonoma have the same problem. The heaters wont blow heat in the floor. Everywhere else yes, but not the floor. Anyone here got the solution? many thanks for the answer.

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Is the flap working on the heater outlet down low? I've never had one apart, but aren't there relays in the system to trigger the flaps to open and close (no longer cables running out to them, right?).

Or if debris got down in it through the outside vent on the cowl and it's blocked a passage.
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Not sure about a Sonoma but my Astro uses vacuum to control the flaps. Check all the vacuum lines for cracks/leaks
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I'm going to move this thread to General Rodding Tech. You will get better answers there.

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