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From the moment I turn my car on cold air blows out constantly,nothing will shut off,Temp won't go up, Can't control the speed of air, seems like it's at it's highest speed. Currently have it on defrost so I ain't getting blasted with cold air, but winter is comming :( Would greatly apperciate any info. you have at this point. Thank You! Jenica Thorpe :)

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Hi your blower throw out air all the time on hi because your controls for the vents and other stuff is bad. try replacing that i bet it will help

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