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Out side air warm but cold on recirculate?

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Not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread but mabey y'all can help me. I recently bought a 08' Silverado from a guy that had it since he bought it brand new and the last two years he had it he had to press the recerculate button to get cold air because the fresh air came out warm , any ideas?

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