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2006 trailblazer second and third row blows cold air when the heater is on in the front row

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My ford f150 did that too, i took it to a mechanic and the reason for the check engine light and that issue was actually a vaccum hose, or something that wasnt working right to send air to each row. I would take it to a mechanic, not the dealership though.

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