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I have a 95 silverado and the temp always stays

I have a 95 silverado and the temp blowing out is always hot and blows where ever it wants if you turn on the air it still is hot

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Middle ways of the dash,under the dash,mounted on the blower box is a door actuator motor that needs changing out,it has gone bad.

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