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2000 Chevy Impala blower not switching vents

I have a 2000 Impala. The blower motor is working, but it is blowing out of all of the vents, the floor vents are the strongest. Could it be the switch, or is it a vacuum leak. If it is the vacuum regulator, where is that located in the engine compartment. Thanks

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You have to replace a vent actuater

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