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Dual climate control problem.
Air flow direction changes ok.
Passenger side temp changes ok.
Driver side temp stays cool/cold.
Any suggestions why?
 

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Dual climate control problem.
Air flow direction changes ok.
Passenger side temp changes ok.
Driver side temp stays cool/cold.
Any suggestions why?
Welcome to the Forum
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Welcome to the FFO!

There is a door internally that blends the hot air from the heater and the cold air from the AC.
That door is called the blend air door!
The door is controlled by a blend air door motor.
Since the front left and right side are controlled independently of each other there is a motor for either side.
The motors are controlled by user input to the system. The system sends signal to door motors as needed

The issue is either ....
Some foreign object has gotten in the way of the door
The door is stuck in a position for some reason
Or the door motor is no longer functioning.
Or as shown above the system needs resetting.

Attached is a pic of what a motor looks like.
If needed, a generic one can be had on Ebay for under $35
Sometimes they are difficult to access.

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Welcome to the FFO!

There is a door internally that blends the hot air from the heater and the cold air from the AC.
That door is called the blend air door!
The door is controlled by a blend air door motor.
Since the front left and right side are controlled independently of each other there is a motor for either side.
The motors are controlled by user input to the system. The system sends signal to door motors as needed

The issue is either ....
Some foreign object has gotten in the way of the door
The door is stuck in a position for some reason
Or the door motor is no longer functioning.
Or as shown above the system needs resetting.

Attached is a pic of what a motor looks like.
If needed, a generic one can be had on Ebay for under $35
Sometimes they are difficult to access.

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Thanks
 
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