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Air flow 2001 Grand Am

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I have a 2001 Grand Am Se and lately I have been having an air flow problem. At first the air flows well but after driving for about 10 minutes the air flow goes down to almost nothing even on high. I change the blower motor but that made no difference. You can hear the blower pushing the air but it's not coming through the air vents. Any suggestions?

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