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I have a 99 GMC Jimmy,4wd,4.3L,with climate control. I cannot switch mode on heat/ac,it constantly blow warm/hot air,also can hear a "clicking" sound behind dash,was told this a a "blend door motor" problem.To gain access the dash panel must be removed. Any shortcuts? If dash must be removed is there a certain procedure? Thanks!

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Yes there is a procedure,but no short cut in removal of dash board.but my advised is that pleased contact a perfect electrician to remove it safely because of the electrical wires.

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