Interior and Upholstery No air coming out of vents.

opihinalu

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Today I installed a new AC compressor clutch because my AC doesn't work. The clutch now engages which I am happy about, but there is no air coming out of the vents, even though I can hear it blowing while sitting inside the car. Any thoughts?
 
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Potomus Pete

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Is you tube [ orafice] freezing up. Check the tube from the firewall to the radiator. See if it's cold. You could have a clog. Are you saying no blowing air, or no cold air
 

Mustang5L5

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does it come out of the floor/defrost? If so, you've lost vacuum to the HVAC box to move the various internal doors around to direct the airflow
 
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opihinalu

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Is you tube [ orafice] freezing up. Check the tube from the firewall to the radiator. See if it's cold. You could have a clog. Are you saying no blowing air, or no cold air
No blowing air at all, though I hear it blowing. This means it’s not the orafice right?
 

Wayne Waldrep

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It's probably one of the vacuum tubes that are right under the dash... Like mentioned above. They get loose from the rubber distribution thingy. Mine has done that before. I just reach under there and plug it back in.
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Potomus Pete

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Check the firewall for loose vacuum. They run across , and the loose one may be on top of the dryer. Big can with tubes coming out the top.