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03-13-2013 12:04 AM
spr0k3t Check the ducts. If you know for a fact the fan is moving correctly, the only other spot I could think of would be whether the ducts are clogged or not sealed correctly. Also, is the trickle when the vehicle is in motion or at a standstill. If at a standstill, there is something keeping the fan from spinning correctly, therefore check the wiring.
03-12-2013 10:23 AM
Heater problem

Replaced the fan, fuses are good. Heat and A/C Just trickle out of the vents.

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