[DML] AC mode switch
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[DML] AC mode switch



Hi all,

I have always felt that the AC in my Lori did not work like it 
should. There was not much wind coming out of the central vents. I 
finally took some time to look into it, although with the current 
weather in Europe there is no real need for AC. With the blower at 
max (4), near to nothing comes out of the two central vents above the 
radio, unless the AC mode switch is set to defrost: then there is 
some real output. he windshieldvents stop venting at defrost. 
According to the manual, the central vents should nearly always vent, 
but the windshieldvents only at defrost.
So it appears that the PO switched the no 4 and 5 vacuum connectors 
at the mode switch. How can I test this assumption without having to 
remove all of the center console? Can I just switch the other end of 
the vacuum lines? But which actuator does what, i.e. which need to be 
switched? I appreciate anyone having been down there before giving me 
some advice.

Thanks,

Joop Noordzij, VIN 3085




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