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My 1999 dodge dakota only blows out heat or A/c fom the defroster

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Mode door actuator bad > electric motor that switches mode door from floor to vents to defrost ! Google mode door actuator for dodge Dakota ! Mite be a video on youtube showing how to fix it !

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