Q: Front Defroster/Heater/AC

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My main concern is its close to winter time here in Michigan and my car doesn't seem to be working properly when setting it to defrost or heat or even A/C. It takes roughly 30+ minutes if that to start up some times it kicks on within the normal time frame but most of the time it wont function at all. You can hear it kick up when turning AC on/off. Feel very little airflow if that at times at well. Checked some of the basics burping the system checked fuses partially. topped of antifreeze.

My car has 131000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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