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99 air conditioner switch

Air flow will not change from the air conditioner vents

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Im not sure what fails here.
no air, from all vents. no cold air , no hot air.
tell me what you want.? hot or cold air. (or defrost)
does the blower blow on high?
did you check all fuses. 1st.
if real serious. on DIY repairs, try the FSM.
or a great subs. alldata.com

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