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Old 08-30-2009, 12:39 PM
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When I have the ac on while I am driving. The blower cuts off while I am accelerating up and then when it idles it comes back on. I did check the presser of my ac and it is 70 psi coming out of it. i feel that somethings is wrong with the blower in side any ideas?
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are you sure it cuts off and doesn't switch to defrost. a vacuum leak will make it do that. its referred to as wild vents on this forum.
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I thinks so. It sounds like it is still coming. How would you fix that kind of problem? Yes I am a newbie on this forum.
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this is the truck that i haveAttachment 5497

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Do a search for wild vents and follow the procedures to repair the issue.
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This worked thank you. here is what it looks like in my truck.

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