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2003 chevy venture

The air stop working, fan is ok. I check the the R1234a and it was a little low. Filled as indicated but the fan will still only throw warm or outside air temp. current temp out side is 110.... I checked the fuses they all look good. any ideas?

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Could have a hole in the r1234a line mine did had line replaced and it worked fine

Posted on Aug 15, 2008


Change the cabin air filter it gets stoped up and fan slow down or stop working

Posted on Aug 15, 2008


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