When I attempt to choose another setting on the vent selector switch (i.e.: move from panel vents to defroster or floor board) it will spring back to the vent position. If it does catch at another position, a sucking noice can be heard. I am assuming it is a vacuum leak, but am questioning if it is the selector switch itself.
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1997 Plymouth Neon Question: Vent Selector switch is stuck on panel -- will not allow to move
Answer #1mastertech6371 October 14, 2012, 13:14Master
there is an obstruction in the cable unit. you need to remove the head and see what is going on behind the control head
ReplyJJA6803, November 28, 2012, 17:37Rookie
Thank you very much...this worked great....
Answer #2donron August 07, 2013, 10:49Rookie
Remove center dash panel and use pliers to straighten bent wire cable. Check on line how to remove center dash panel