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Old 06-30-2011, 09:33 AM
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Your a/c has a fan underhood that will cause the problem you describe. Opem your hood and start your truck, on the drivers front of the engine bay is a small electric fan, this fan should be running. It works just like a radiator fan, its supposed to cool off the small radiator thingy (it goes to the a/c, condensor I think its called). The second issue is more then likely a blend door issue. If you choose to fix this issue yourself, you will learn more about your truck then you ever cared to know.
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