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I got a Silverado as a loaner vehicle today and am considering getting one within the year but I have an issue with the AC/Heat vents. Is there a way to turn the air OFF. I rarely if ever turn the ac on and when moving air still comes out of the vents usually hot. I turned the temp selector guages down and it only changes the temp a little. I also turned the recirc. button on and that stopped it but every time I turn the engine off and get back in I have to hit the switch again. Do I have to do this everytime like I do with the Daytime Running Headlights or is there a way that I do not have to worry about something that is defaulting one way or another.

 

Thanks

Chris

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Another easy solution is to simply turn your vent registers off. The far left (driver's side) and both passenger side vents can be closed by turning the roller to the side with the X on it (the rollers are located directly below the vent registers). The center register cannot be closed, however, you can aim the baffles toward the roof and pretty much close it off too. At least it will redirect the flow of air up.

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There should be a button with an "O" on it to turn it off.  Mine is toward the left side of the heater control unit.

 

 

 

 

On this model the knob has the "O" on it. That is what confused me. I figured it would turn off but it still let in outside air at the temperature on the temp selector. The recirc worked but only after I pushed it everytime I got back in the car. It kind of sucks that it defaults to the fresh air option everytime. I really think it is stupid that the "O" (in this case) means non fan but still free flowing air. My ford doesn't do it.

 

Don't bash me it is a company car I had no choice :thumbs:

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