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2004 Suburban, Front air blows warm air, rear air blows cool air.The front air is somewhat cool, but not near a cool as the rear air. It seems a little warmer while idling and a little cooler when the vehicle is moving.

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Did you hear a little rythmic squeaking noise under the dash by the driver's right knee? Is the noise now gone? There is a little oscillating air flow gate there that often goes bad...I can't remember the name of the part, for the life of me, but the dealer has them.

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