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No heat blowing from vents already replaced thermostat

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I had a problem with that in January 2008, my thermostat was fine. I took my car in to the dealer and they said the hinge that opens and closes the hot/cold air inside the dash broke. They had to remove my entire dash and replace the part. Luckily I was under warranty and didn't have to pay but the repair would have cost $3000.

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The actuator may not be the problem you may want to lean more towards your hvac control unit

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