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No heat for my truck

It's cold outside so I started my car in the morning to defrost the windows. There was no heat coming out (even after the car was warmed up). I turned the knob to cold, just to see and it got hot. Then it went cold again. So I swtiched it to Hot and it got warm then cold again. So I will have heat for my car if I keep turning from hot to cold (red to blue). The anit-freeze isnt low. My boyfriend said that the heater core is hot too. The knob doesnt feel broken (if that makes sense). Do you have any idea what it could be? I really appreciate your help.

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    Jenni Guthart Dec 16, 2008

    Is this expensive to fix? I am not good with cars, is it "easy" to fix?

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You have a problem with the temperature control blend door actuator in the air ducting system, this part can't be replaced without removing the dash assembly.

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    yadayada Dec 16, 2008

    On a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the most difficult this is a 9.

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