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Can not control temp inside car when I turn A/C on Maximum I get max heat blowing out

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  • standridgeh Dec 11, 2009

    I probably was not clear enough on my problem. This has happen before and went away but this time it has not.I can not get A/C to work. There is nothing wrong with A/C but seems to be a damper or something that is not switching allowing me to close off the heat and therefore A/C can not overcome it.

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