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1998 chevy k1500 z71 truck

I have a 1998 z71 and while driving air continues to blow out the bottom vents, even though everything is turned off. the air even blows harder when the windows are opened some. What could be the issue?

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Every GM vehicle in the world does that to some extent for some reason.

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