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On the passenger side under the dash there is a few wires that are together that go to the ductwork for the ac/heat. Remove the two screws that hold what the wires connect to. What you will find is a cage looking thing on the other side with what seems like springs and such. This is your issue, go to a junk yard or to your dealer and get another one and replace.

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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