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    Hello all i have the above car, just changed the heater matrix as this was leaking but now i have another issue, no air is coming from any vents, can hear blower motor working so i am a little stuck at the moment :(

    Can anyone shed any light on what it could be?

    Many thanks Gary
     
     

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    You bled the car as stated referred to in some posts on here Gary?
     
     

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    Coolant system all bled its as if the vents themselves are not opening, pollen filter removed and replaced can feel air there but does seam to circulate elsewhere, i am preety stumped lol :(
     
     

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    Have you checked the bowden on the control panel to see if has not become detatched?
     
     

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    Bowden Cable







     
     

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    Will check that at the weekend then, do they have a tendancy to break once disturbed then?
     
     

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    no air is coming from any vents
    Definitely sounds like a linkage is not connected properly.
     
     

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    Yo cheers for all suggestions bow den cable was the issue problem solved thanks all.
    Heater system has now developed another issue lol I have the manual climate control package however rear heater button and circulation button appears to have mind of it's own sometimes they illuminate when pressed other times they don't, any suggestions would be appreciated? Thanks Gary
     
     

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