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In most cases it is the air blend door inside of dash or a blend door actuator which opens and closes the door...What these do is open and shut to direct the air from Top,center,and floor passage tunnels inside of dash....Or if you are lucky it can be a problem at the control knob that switches it from floor to defrost to vent...You will have to remove control panel and inspect behind it....On some vehicles it can be just a simple worn control knob...I Need to know what type of vehicle and how many miles are on it..before I can guide you through the procedure ....Don't just pull the dash for no reason when it could be simple.....

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