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With a/c on max, and either excellarating or accending I seem to lose vacuum and vent goes to defrost , then when slowing down it goes back to normal settings. , check valve new, vacuum ball no leaks ????? blazer s10 1997 4wd

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You need to repost this in the auto. repair section, this is for vacuum cleaner repairs.

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