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The rear ac will only blow out hot air. the ac in the front of the car works fine.

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There is a switch that controls a door that will let the heat or ac through. you will have to take the panels off in the very back drivers side. you will see a black box held by 3 screws with a arm that lets a lever slide. if you go to the rear control panel and change the temp you should see that lever move up and down. if not change that. you will have to get the part from a chevy dealer and it runs about 150.00. i hope this helps you out.

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  • Rene Jacques Jun 13, 2013

    Thanks a lot, though I wasn't the one who originally asked the question, but I was having the exact same issue w/ my 2002 venture. I knew there had to be a door that I could see; I'd tried once but saw no movement. I'll have to wait till and test, but I was able to locate the actuator and know what to look for thanks to you!

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