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I HAVE AN F150 THE AC WORKS FINE THE KNOB FOR THE SETTINGS IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY I HAAVE TO SET MY AC ON 3 SO THE AIR CAN COME ON AT FIST I HAD TO SET IT ON 2 THEN THAT STOPPED WORKING

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