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2003 Chevy Silverado ac bashboard vent not blowing.

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There are controls in your car where you can control the flow of air to certain parts of your car. Make sure that you have it turned to where it blows out of all of the vents and then the air should come out of the dashboard. If this continues then there might be a ventilation hose that has been disconnected and is not getting air to that part but the other hoses are still connected.

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