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98 grand prix sse. The climate control system doesnt blow cold through the vents? The blower is working ok an the ac system is charged an blows cold out the defrost vents nut not the normal vents or the floor? thanks

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OK, sounds like the vacuum motor system is either disconnected behind the dash, or the vacuum control for the door inside the dash is broken, somehow.

need to take dash and climate controls off to see which it is.

Good luck.

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