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AC Blows cold then hot

2004 2500HD Chevy Silverado. 6.0L with digital dual climate controls. Everything was working fine before I changed the battery.After, the AC blows cold for 15 secs or so, then it switches to full hot.

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I had this happend to me on my 2004 2500 in july in S.C.I turned the key off and on 5-6 times and i have not had that problem again.

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