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Heater problem i have a 03 cavalier and my heater slection switch and the temp from cold to hot it stuck like it feels like something is binding up could someone please help me out and tell me what i should start looking for thanks

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I had the same problem with my car, it was only the heater selection switch though. It is the actuator cable. The cable itself only costs $20 but you have to pay someone to fix it unless you know how to tear your whole dash apart and put it back together.

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