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My heater only blows out of the vents.

No matter what I have the control on my climate controll system it only blows out of the vents, not at the feet or the defroster.

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In the dash the valve that switches it over is prob bad be ware it cost a lot to fix if that what it is check all your fuses fist i hope this will help you

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