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Car has dual climate control, however no heat is getting to the drivers side causing defrost issues. There is adequate airflow, but it is all cold even when set at full heat.

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  • X_Racing Oct 18, 2008

    My car did this last year then just started working out of no where worked fine after that all winter. Summer has come and gone and now now heat on drivers side? Help Please don't want to just throw money at this.

  • mymessage Nov 02, 2008

    just as larijohnson described

    how much does it cost to fix

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This is a vacume controled control panel, if a vacum line has come of one of the two climate contols that could cause you greef.

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