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Old 21-02-20
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hi, recently when using the rear air con, the roof vents were pushing out cold air, but there was a lot of hot air coming out of the foot well vents below the seats as well!!, couldnt get those vents to produce cold air?,,,any ideas, many thanks
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Pretty sure the bottom vents are for heat and the top vents for cold so if you are set on cold the bottom vents should give nothing
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thank you, i will do a bit more research , thanks again
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Yes cold comes out the top and hot out the bottom.
Should not both happen at the same time though!
I'm not sure where the flapper motor is that controls this but sounds like it's stuck halfway maybe.

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thank you, i will do a bit more research , thanks again
The duct vane motor is at the front of the rear fan assembly inside the rear RHS.

The vane is controlled by the (rear) centre console temperature control; CCW will be closed and cold to the top, centre could be a bit of both, CW (Clock Wise) will be hot to the lower ducts.

If the above doesn't seem to work; After prising off the rear RHS lining you can see the motor follow the centre console temperature control, or, at least it should.

Also there is a vane behind the sub floor front temperature exchanger (visible only when the fan assembly is removed or from underneath ?perhaps?) and I reckon this would be synchronised with the duct vane; But I maybe incorrect !
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