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I CAN EITHER HAVE AIR COND. OR HEAT

I HAVE TO MANUALLY MOVE THE DOOR TO SWITCH FROM HEAT TO AIR. EVEN WHEN THE AIR IS ON AND IT DOES STAY COOL IT STILL BLOWS HEAT. THE CLIMATE CONTROL DOESN'T WORK EITHER.

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  • buster53 Mar 09, 2009

    i will check into that thank you!

  • buster53 Mar 09, 2009

    is there another name for that valve? i tried looking it up and can't seem to find it?

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Your actuatior valva is bad.you can order 1 from auto parts giant online for about 45 bucks the dealer wnats 240.00 that will give the heat and air back

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