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Old 08-15-2008, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi All, I've got a 04 Forenza and the AC is out again. I can feel the vents get cold, but no air is moving. I live in Arizona, so AC is a prioriy here! This first happened a few years ago and the AC blower relay had to be replaced. The good news then was the car was under warranty. Now that this has happened again, any idea on how much for the repairs? Also, the service person at the dealership asked about when I had replaced the AC air filter....uh...there's another one?

So much to learn. All help is appreciated!
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Hi All, I've got a 04 Forenza and the AC is out again. I can feel the vents get cold, but no air is moving. I live in Arizona, so AC is a prioriy here! This first happened a few years ago and the AC blower relay had to be replaced. The good news then was the car was under warranty. Now that this has happened again, any idea on how much for the repairs? Also, the service person at the dealership asked about when I had replaced the AC air filter....uh...there's another one?

So much to learn. All help is appreciated!
If you hear your fan run and your getting cold just not flow your AC filter is a good guess to start. It is located just to the left (after) of the fan in the fans output flow. It is held in by 4 - 6mm or 7mm head screw gold in color. Normally remove the cover and fold back the carpet for extra access and then pull the filter out. The new one goes in with a bend. You will notice in its outer shell a split line so it can flex going in. Check the arrows for proper air flow direction and installation. If really dirty it can easily block airfllow and even cause the blower motor controller to overheat and fail or even burn up a blower motor.

Just need a new filter and ratchet or short nut driver.
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Thanks for the reply. The fan doesn't work at all, though. I can feel the vents get cold with the AC turned on, but no air is coming out at all. I can't hear the motor regardless of which setting the fan is on.
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