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Old 12-09-2019, 04:37 PM   #1
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No Driver or Passenger Floor Heat

I have a 2006 Itasca Meridian 39K . I am not getting any heat out of the floor vents. I have heat out the dash and defrost vents fine, but when I turn it to floor vents, nothing comes out. Any help would be appreciated

Also, I have a rocker switch on dash See pic) that I do not know what it controls, can't find anything in my documentation about it. Anyone know what it does?

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I have a 2006 Itasca Meridian 39K . I am not getting any heat out of the floor vents. I have heat out the dash and defrost vents fine, but when I turn it to floor vents, nothing comes out. Any help would be appreciated...
I would suspect a leak in the vacuum system under the front hood. The systems are designed to default to 'defrost' as a safety feature. Here's a thread which might be of help: Vacuum Pump Failure

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Also, I have a rocker switch on dash See pic) that I do not know what it controls, can't find anything in my documentation about it. Anyone know what it does?

Thanks
That should be a switch to select between the odometer and tripmeter1 being displayed on the dash. I believe it will reset tripmeter1 if held in for a few seconds.
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I would suspect a leak in the vacuum system under the front hood. The systems are designed to default to 'defrost' as a safety feature. Here's a thread which might be of help: Vacuum Pump Failure



That should be a switch to select between the odometer and tripmeter1 being displayed on the dash. I believe it will reset tripmeter1 if held in for a few seconds.
Thanks for the information, went out today and check the vacuum lines and the just re-seated them and now I have heat coming out the floor vents.. . Hopefully no cold feet when I head south after Christmas..

Also, the switch did as you said, reset my Tripmeter

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Thanks for the information, went out today and check the vacuum lines and the just re-seated them and now I have heat coming out the floor vents.. . Hopefully no cold feet when I head south after Christmas..

Also, the switch did as you said, reset my Tripmeter

Thanks again.


Careful with that switch. If held too long, it will change from miles to kilometers. Took me awhile to figure that one out.
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