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I have a 2001 Dodge Durango with front and rear A/C. The rear A/C is working fine, but the only way I can get cool air from the front is to set the fan on the lowest speed and slightly cool air will come out. I am stumped as the back A//C is working great. Could it be a simple problem with a duct? Or a part problem specific to the front portion of the A/C and not something shared by both the front and rear A/C?

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Its the blower motor wiring.its a dealer part cost about $60 TO $70

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