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HI I have a 2000 Monte Carlo SS As soon as the temp gets cold outside when I start my car it make a loud squelling noise. Also the temp gauge does not move from the coldest setting. The noise used to stop after a couple of minutes but now it does'nt. Husband is looking in manuel at the heating and cooling system? Interesting that it never happens in the warmer weather and the temp gauge is normal

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Sounds like you need a temperature door actuator/motor

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