Hey everyone. Seems like this may be a no brainer to most but I'm new to the jeep repair thing. Usually I take it to the shop. So here's my problem, the vents in the car aren't blowing any air. At least not through the front. I get all the air, regardless of what the setting is, through the vents on the top of the dash blowing on the windshield. Any ideas on what it could be? I checked behind the glove box but nothing looked out of place or loose. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
It's because of a bad vacuum line. If you have cruise control, that probably doesn't work either. The lines run along the passenger side of the engine bay. Replacement vacuum sets run about $15 at a Jeep dealership.
My XJ thread: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f177/im-back-xj-2628914
x2 on the vacuum lines. Look for a cracked line, check the little black plastic vacuum reservoir on the passenger side of the bumper (looks like a black softball with lines coming out of it) and while you're at it double check the vacuum line plug on the Brake Booster. I had a slight leak there too.
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