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My 2008 GMC Yukon Denali blows cold air out from under the dash when the A/C is on. Pretty much freezes your right leg and foot when you drive on a warm day. It's equipped with automatic climate control, and the dealer says this is normal. Can't believe GM would have designed a system to do this? How can I get this shut off??

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It was designed that way to keep the electronic's cool in the center control such as the radio ECT. You can control the temp if it get's to cold or have it to blow on the defrost setting (windshild) that may help. Good luck and hope this helps. 

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