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Old 12-08-2011, 02:16 PM
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Default Heat not blowing hard at all!

I would like to start off by saying thank you to everyone that has helped me. I post on here A LOT lol.

So first things first, I have a late 1994, early 1995 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4dr 4x4. (round body style with the 94's grille).

My truck takes a while to heat up, so I decided to change the thermostat. Just finished that a little bit ago but my truck keeps overheating now... I'm workin on it.

BUTTTT ANYWAY... Even before I did this, the heat in the cabin DOESN'T blow hard at all. Heat does come out, but it doesn't flow out of the vents very good.

Has anyone else had this problem? And if so, how did you fix it??? My heat gets hot and will eventually heat the car up, but I want it to BLOW.

p.s. I don't think the blower is the problem. I hear it working it's @$$ off on each different speed.

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.... Even before I did this, the heat in the cabin DOESN'T blow hard at all. Heat does come out, but it doesn't flow out of the vents very good.

Has anyone else had this problem? And if so, how did you fix it??? My heat gets hot and will eventually heat the car up, but I want it to BLOW.

p.s. I don't think the blower is the problem. I hear it working it's @$$ off on each different speed
First determine if that's true by checking flow out of each vent.

THEN check the dash vents on MAX {recirculate} vs Normal AC. Set temps high and low while checking.

May be you have debris in either or both coils.. or blockage in outside plenum intake.
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Acctuator issue!-Pull the glove box!
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What all do I have to remove to see if there is debris and cap blocking vent flow???
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Acctuator issue!-Pull the glove box!
How do you pull the glove box??? Looks like it is molded into the dash, At least on my 95.. I took the door off and couldn't find anymore screws to remove it..
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All I want to do is see if there is debris blocking air flow... What would I need to take apart to get to that?!
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