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A/C Recycling problem

OK, so I looked and I cant rellay find anything that points to a solution,
I drive 100% witht he A/C on, its on Manual with the recycle ON.

The air flow increases, not as much as my other 4x4
and I can still smell the air outside....

Its driving me crazy, I can hear the recycling door close softly, but no increase in flow and the smell coming in.

Is this normal for the X...??
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