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Smoke coming from air vents - Neon Dodge Cars & Trucks

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-06-2019

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I have to ask this question. This is smoke and not frost or steam? If it really is smoke you should disconnect the Battery and call your insurance company. Your upgraded car insurance will cover fire and comprehensive and a loaner vehicle if that is your coverage.
\015\012The things that are going wrong can ignite your vehicle. You should have fuses and circuit breakers preventing the wiring and heater blower from going beyond a spark. If you are correctly identifying smoke, it is a tow job.
\015\012If you are calling steam from the vents as smoke, its another matter. Steam will flow through the vents if the heater core is leaking. There will be antifreeze running inside the vehicle or on the ground in line with the back of the engine. This will require removal of the heater core to fix or replace it. Sometimes a lot of the dash needs to be removed to reach the heater core and this is a different problem which insurance does not cover.
\015\012You have several small parts for blower controls and vent flaps. They are all suppose to be protected by fuses and you are not suppose to get much more than a spark out of them before the fuses blow.
\015\012I hope my solution is very helpful in preventing more damage to your vehicle and possibly give you an idea to use your car insurance for this problem.
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