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Old 08-18-2013, 12:48 PM
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The fan and AC on this truck have never blown air in any mode with any force. Even my wife's Hyundai blows air like a tornado! The dealer took it apart and confirmed that's as good as it gets. Is there a known fix or aftermarket product that will make my big truck blow like the Big Bad Wolf?
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my first thought is to try another dealer.
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