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The air conditioning on my 98 firebird does not blow sufficient air like it used to

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Does the car have a cabin air filter, many late 90's cars do, it may be plugged, if not the AC evaporator core is plugged and will need to be flushed out.

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I have a 1998 firebird it keeps over heating I've replaced everything but fans and sensor I have bought the sensor but can't figure out where it goes can you help


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