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We have a 2003 Yukon XL. Heard a noise in the fan when the AC was on. Would stop when turned off. The rear air quit cooling, then the front. Is it possible to restore the cooling to get home from vacation? Or do we need to replace a part? Will it be costly? Found out our 6 yr. extended warranty expired two days ago !!

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