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Old 11-08-2015, 10:38 AM
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Air recirculation slector

My air recirculating selector is stuck on open, allowing air from outside into cab of Jeep..can anyone tell me where the door/trap that allows air to get in is?? I want to maybe manually close it until I can get it fixed ... Thanks

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It is on the far passenger side of the HVAC housing. If it is just the vacuum line off you can put it back on or if the actuator is bad you can disconnect it & move the arm manually to close it. If the door is stuck or broken then you may have to remove the whole housing, a big job. Here is a diagram from my '05 FSM that will help locate everything.
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It is on the far passenger side of the HVAC housing. If it is just the vacuum line off you can put it back on or if the actuator is bad you can disconnect it & move the arm manually to close it. If the door is stuck or broken then you may have to remove the whole housing, a big job. Here is a diagram from my '05 FSM that will help locate everything.
Thanks... Actually was working in this area when I changed the blower resistor a couple months ago... Does the vacuum connect to the actuator itself?? I have a feeling I could have accidentally disconnected it when putting in fuse ... Thanks so much for your help
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Yes, there should be a vacuum line going to the actuator. The line (hose) should be green & comes from the mode selector in the HVAC panel.
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