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Have heat but no air movement , fan blows

The fan blows but thee seems to be some kind of restricion to the air flow. Not getting any blow out of any vent.

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Check under the dash if there is a duck that came unhooked, you would feel the heat down there. As well as the intake by the ottom of the windsheild if leaves or something is blocking it.

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