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Hot air blowing out passenger side ac vents only

I think some duct work came off. How do I get to it?

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Verrrrry carefully. You can start by removing the glove box to look underneath the panel and see what is happening. It is unlikely that something came loose, instead it is likely that you have a leaky or unhooked vacuum hose that operates the dampers to make the air come out the top or bottom vents. The hoses are about a 1/4 in. diameter and fit on nipples attached to the dampers.

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