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1999 Chevrolet Suburban ac selector door motor.

Where is the selector door motor for the vent, defrost, floor? And is it verry hard to change?

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It should be under dash next to gas peddle on left end of heater box not that hard 2 screws and a plug. its called heater blend door actuator.

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