About Air is not coming out of vents Inspection
Air is not coming out of the vents inspection Your car’s ventilation system is responsible for heating, cooling, and air circulation inside your passenger cabin. If this system is not working correctly, you may find that the air is stuffy as it will be comprised solely of air you and your passengers have been breathing. You may be required to drive with the windows open to be able to breathe properly. In the winter months, your windshield defrost and defog functions may not work correctly. What could be the issue that requires an air is not coming out of the vents inspection? When switched on, air is not blown from the vents Air only comes out from vents when on certain fan speedsYou notice a drop in air quality inside the vehicle The ventilation system inside your vehicle’s cabin is a comprehensive system with many moving parts. If air is not coming out of the vents it could be a problem with your blower motor, blower resistor, a sensor or switch - or even a bad relay. Your certified GoWrench mechanic will examine all relevant components to ensure you know exactly what the issue is. What to expectYour certified mechanic will arrive during your scheduled time slotYour GoWrench mechanic will inspect all components of the ventilation system beginning with the fuse and relay before venturing more in depth into the system Your GoWrench mechanic will provide detailed feedback on your issue How is will your mobile mechanic perform an air is not coming out of vents inspection? Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will check the fuse and relayYour certified GoWrench Mechanic will attempt to activate the fan to see if there is any movement Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will continue to examine all components of the ventilation system until the problem is discovered Once completed, your certified GoWrench Mechanic will provide a detailed description of the issue and next steps. How important is having an air not coming out of vents inspection? Depending on climate, this issue can easily jump from a minor inconvenience to a safety hazard. If your vents are not releasing the air required to defog or defrost your windshield your visibility will be severely impacted. It is not recommended - or legal - to drive a vehicle without clear visibility out of the front windshield.