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Blower 78 Corvette My Blower seems to be working but not coming through the vents. I can feel the blowing under the hood Passenger side.

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I don't know about your 'vette specifically, but many cars use vacuum actuators to control where which vents receive the blower's air. This symptom suggests you have a broken or disconnected vacuum hose.

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