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Air-cinditioner problem Hello. When I switch on my air-conditioner cool only from one hole from 4. 3 other let only hot air out. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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Yes,there is a actuator motor that is bad that controls the air flow,the dash will have to be removed to repair

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