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I have same car... the light flashes on my AC button... i press it the light turns off, i press it again the the light stays on the AC blows cool air but not cold like it use too. The vents on the right side hardly blow cool air???? then maybe 15min later the light on the AC starts blinking again, blowing regular air, not cool. david

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