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Have a1996 gmc truck. the ac wont blow out paneles

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Hi,May be I can help.Look for a vent door actuator ,to be bad,but look under hood for a vacuum hose or a vacuum check valve to be busted.This is the first thing to check.Look under hood for this problem of the vacuum,check all vacuums,and then look on passengers side of vehicle under hood for vacuum and check valve to be located.If I can help ..roniecon@gmail.com

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