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2001 Aurora - blows only 'warm' air

Originaly sent in as 1997 olds.

changed thermostat and checked for blown fuses, etc.

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  • sharonkg51 Jan 01, 2009

    just had my mechanic check it out. turned out to be the actuator door. after two days and much expense, everything is good.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    manual fuse section



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Your problem is either a clogged heater core, or the air temp control blend door actuator, in order to check for a clogged core feel the heater core hoses in the eng compartment, they should both be hot, one a little hotter than the other, if they are the core is ok and the blend door actuator needs to be replaced.

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