Q: AC line cold, no AC blowing in car; heat blows really hot, only all lines have been replaced and fuse checked good

asked by on October 01, 2016

Could a dual climate control make blender flaps not open

My car has 100000 miles.

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Hello. It is possible that your blend door actuator has failed. This is the part that controls your blend door. The blend door is responsible for blocking off the heater core when your A/C is on to prevent the hot air from coming through the vents. I would recommend having your blend door actuator inspected to determine if it is working or not. If the blend door actuator is not working I would recommend having it replaced by a qualified professional. A technician from YourMechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose why your AC is not working and make the necessary repairs.

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