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Heater problem in 1995 Cadillac deville

Heater blows only on passenger side. Air conditioning works fine on both.
I have already paid 9.95 for expert advice and have not gotten an answer.
What gives? Please send me some suggestion or return my 9.95.

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  • pkmarja Mar 04, 2009

    My Cadillac pushes warm air on the passenger side but cold on the drivers side. It is very cold to drive in the winter. What can I do?

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    drivers side heater not working passenger side is working

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Hi,

For some reason, I think you were not able to see my posted initial solution. Below is a modified copy...

Initially, suspect would be the vent flaps/covers there-directs the airflow and the air source (hot/cold). In mostinstances, it would also involve the actuators and/or the pushwires/lingkagesthat connects them. Often these falloff and leaves the flap/covers stuckin a certain position. You may need to visually inspect how these flapcovers work and see if they move when you adjust the controls.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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