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CONSTANT warm air through vents

CONSTANT WARM AIR COMING THROUGH ALL VENT'S ON MY '99 DURANGO SLT ..ALL HEATER CONTROL'S ARE OFF..

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If your durango has auto temp control the likely problem is the atc power module has gone bad...the system defaults to heat

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