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I am working on a 1994 Chevrolet 1500 pickup and there is no heat. on 1994 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup

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The heat control bar has one arrow showing all the way on H and after 30 seconds all the arrows start flashing from C to H and then after about 60 seconds stops flashing with no arrows showing,Ihave removed the actuator motor and the door is not stuck,does this mean the actuator is bad or is there another issue. Thank You in advance... Wildman63
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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).
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