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Old 07-05-2013, 05:06 PM   #1
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My Yukon has a whole new cooling system. AC blows cold air. Recently it has started blowing hot air. I am assuming it is the blend door actuator. The part is cheap, but its getting to it that I am unsure of. Does my whole dash need to come out or is there any easy way to get to the actuator? Any tips??Please!!
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I hate to see you pull the whole dash out and come to find out, your A/C stopped working. Just for giggles, can you verify that the A/C is indeed working? Verify the A/C compressor is cycling on and off.
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Im pretty sure it is, im no mechanic though. Compressor and accumulator are not even a year old. Its random when it blows hot air. Air will be on working fine, i drive somewhere, turn the ignition off and when i get back in its blowing hot air.
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you should be able to view the actuator under the dash and see if its working
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Compressor is working!

Thanks for the tip on viewing the actuator!
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