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97 Jeep Cherokee AC doesn't blow

Under a heavy load the damper mechanism that directs air to the vents seem to shut off flow. I this this may be a vacuum problem. How Can I troubleshoot this?

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Go under the hood left hand side by the fire wall little black hose or green check there in that area for a leak.,

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