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Jeep grand cherokee heater

When I turn on the heat in the jeep, only on the driver's side has heat where as on the passenger side there is no heat .the air coming out is cold where as it should be hot.can u help me out please

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    heater on drivers side is cold, on passenger side heater work accordingly.

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Pass. side blend air door motor is probably bad.

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