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My A/C blows hot air. I could jiggle the hot/cold knob and the cold air would kick in but know that doesn't even work. I have had all components and freon checked. All check okay. Sometimes while driving the cold air blows intermittently. Any suggestions to check next?

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It sounds like the blend doors within the heater casing are broken and this is an expensive repair to be carried out at a reputable repair garage

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