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Heat blows onto my feet all of the time in my '80 corvette.

When selector lever is on cool, heat still blows from vents.

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On your vette I cant remember if it is vaccuum operated or manual cable but either way get a manual for the car that has a/c heat in it . You either have a vaccuum line that broke or a bad diaphram or a broke cable. I am almost sure its vaccuum but check that first then look at diagram and slowly work your way from the engine to inside car. you can also try to listen for it with the car running. if its a cable operated then look underdash for the blend door and follow the cable to the a/c control on the dash . one of the two. if you cant find a diagram google it. does the controls feel any different now when truning them ?

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