Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
Most modern heat systems are controlled by vacuum there is a vacuum hose that comes in the psssenger compartment from the engine to the heater controls if this hose has a cut or is off or loose you could experience those types of symptoms . But if your system is contrilled by a cable and the cable is broken of has come off there is your problem.
Im guessing that you have either a vacuum hose off, or broken or....... the HEAD unit the heat control is bad
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