I removed the dash and a/c duct to remove a dead mouse when I finished with reassembly the a/c cycles hot air every 30 seconds.
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1992 Chevrolet Corvette Question: A/C blowing hot air part time.
Answer #1dandd August 22, 2009, 14:00Master
Corvettes are very complex. I have removed the dash on a few of them and it is very easy not to get all the lines and wires re-connected exactly right or to accidentally pinch something. I would re-trace all my steps. You may have to do the job over. Ii have had to on occasion. It is best to 'test as you go' meaning as you re-assemble a dash, test all the functions before you cover up the actuators, vacuum lines and wires etc. Good Luck!
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Answer #3Visitor, June 02, 2010, 22:43
you should re-install mouse