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2003 Pontiac Grand Am a/c will only blow cold when engine cooling line is crimped closed ?

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You need to figure out what your heater thermostat valve looks like... locate it & replace it... (or figure out why it is not working).

Blend door/baffle... control solenoid.. whatever!!

At rock auto (below)...

Also check out BBB industries for your wiring diagrams...

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