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Old Mar-27-17, 07:56 PM   #81
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Don't mean to beat a dead horse, but I was just quoted $700 friggin dollars! I can't pay that. I won't pay it! Can anyone help please. When I turn on the air it comes out cold like it should on the drivers side upper vents, but heat comes out on the passenger side upper vents and I mean super hot! Someone please help
It's not hard to do. Just takes some time and simple tools. My thought is a few hours of my time is better than paying someone $700. Hell even if it was only $50 I'd still do it myself that way I know it was put back together correctly
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It's not hard to do. Just takes some time and simple tools. My thought is a few hours of my time is better than paying someone $700. Hell even if it was only $50 I'd still do it myself that way I know it was put back together correctly
I gave it a try, but I'm too large to fit under the dash. Need to hire a small person to help me. If you know of anyone send them my way please.
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I am going to try to do this on my truck soon. I didn't see where anyone ever posted the write up in the post. Any one have it that they can send it to me?

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if you pull the gas pedal out it frees up tons of room. whole fix took me 30 minutes
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