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Cold air all the time

Climate control on hot cold air coming out heater core and radiator are good all other functions good except for the temp of the air coming from vents its allways cold

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One of you trampillias not working either a thin plastic pipe has come off or computer not working or a control switch so the flap is not opening up allowing the air to blow over the heater core rad .look under bonnet for a valve/solonoid with a pipe in and two or three out,sometimes this packs up which doesnt allow the vacumn through to open the actuators (trampillias)

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