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Hi All,

I understand that the HEVAC ecu will close the recirculation flaps under extreme conditions.

Is this so?

When it gets either very hot or very cold outside, the flaps close to help with maximum cooling or heating of the cabin?


It makes sense but that's not to say that the P38 does it...

Anyone know?
 

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I'm not sure on any of the automatic operation of them, but if you hit the recirc button on HEVAC then they'll operate.. (i can hear mine move)

I did hear a lot of servo motion this morning, and it was really cold... So I guess its possible!

Marty
 

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Most folks here have the recirculation flaps permanently closed by running the servo motors manually until the flaps close then disconnecting the power to them.

However, it is cool enough for long enough to want to off the a/c compressor and have fresh (ish) air ... so, the left hand flap works and I just need to swap out the right hand one, which I'll do following the marvellous write up by Tom here.

Cheers!
 
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