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Old Nov 16th, 2019, 17:12   #1
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Default Air recirculation button

I'm pretty sure my air circulation button doesn't work, and I keep steaming so I'm thinking I might not be drawing fresh air in. I've taken the glovebox out, is the picture below the motor for the air recirculation? If so, does it look open or closed?
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ok, so it won't let me upload the pic...

Basically, the thing that I think is the motor is looking down the centre of the glovebox. The white arm off the motor is vertical.
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Steaming up sometimes means your heater core is leaking/weeping. Check under the carpet by the radio, lift back the carpet as the underlay really soaks up coolant and the carpet almost seems dry on top.
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thanks, I'll take a look at that

managed to get my circulation motor to work by fiddling with the electrical connection block
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