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Old 09-17-2003, 20:39   #1 (permalink)
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BA Falcon Max A/C - Recirculate/Vent Link

It's the smallest things that can irritate you isn't it!

Fellow BA owners, ever noticed how when you rotate your aircon to max at hard left, and then rotate it back one notch, your system goes from 'recirculation' to 'Vent'!

Man, we were getting really annoyed trying to figure out why sometimes the system would stay on recirculate, and others it would reset itself to vent - you only notice it's gone back to Vent when you start following an old Sigma Smoke Blower or some such beast, and by the time you smell it, it's too late

Very annoying indeed until you realise what it's doing.


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Re: BA Falcon Max A/C - Recirculate/Vent Link

...or that you can't have cold air to face, warm air to feet as in past Falcons.
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I know exactly what your saying Luke!!
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I agree with you Luke. Annoying indeed
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Re: BA Falcon Max A/C - Recirculate/Vent Link

Have you read the owners manuals?
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It's RUDE!!!!
Why is it so!!!
I'm having the same problems, and can't seem to work out what is happening at any given time.
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Re: Re: BA Falcon Max A/C - Recirculate/Vent Link

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...or that you can't have cold air to face, warm air to feet as in past Falcons.
Face level/footwell
Air is directed to the adjustable instrument panel vents, centre
console vents (for rear seat passengers) and front footwell vents. If heating is selected, heated air is directed to the front footwell vents and partially heated air is directed to the face level vents.
The warmer the setting, the warmer the air directed to the face. If full
cooling is selected, cool air is delivered to the face and footwell vents
and centre console vents.
Page 107 of the users manual. Hope this helps.
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Face level/footwell
Air is directed to the adjustable instrument panel vents, centre
console vents (for rear seat passengers) and front footwell vents. If heating is selected, heated air is directed to the front footwell vents and partially heated air is directed to the face level vents.
The warmer the setting, the warmer the air directed to the face. If full
cooling is selected, cool air is delivered to the face and footwell vents
and centre console vents.
Page 107 of the users manual. Hope this helps.
Daniel
Id rate that an improvement if its cold enough that I want warm air on my feet, I dont want icy cold air on my face! Or if I did, I would open the window for a little bit.
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