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Cold Am . I turned the left knob 45 degree . All i get is HEAT,knob moves

Dash ac/ heat knob is moving but all I get is hot air.
Under the hood seems the ac and the line is working ok .
compressor is working and the line is cold.
I can move the knob but it is just hot air.

thank you+++
rafis1234@yahoo.com

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Hi rafis1234,
if you are handy, you can remove the small dash panel where the a/c control knobs are and then you'll access the lever mechanism and most of the time you'll find a rusty lever or someting has jammed the lever.
Cheers

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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