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Heater temp. lever moves freely without engageing to heat,does the whole front dashboard have to be removed in order to fix the problem.the air works but just the temp. will not move to heat what is the best solution? Thanks.....Bob

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You can use a knife blade to move temp setting slide it in and move the back of lever

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