My driver side blows hot air. I can adjust the temp gauge but still blows hot. Passenger is fully adjustable and works great. Only the driver side refuses to allow temperature setting. I disconnected the battery to reset the computer and got the A/C to work for a minute but then it went straight to hot air again. Also It seems from time to time the driver side blower is not as strong as passenger side when the original problem is in affect. Is it possible this problem is fixed by replacing the climate control module/ Or is there something more?
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www.hyundai-forums.com/.../294097-drivers-side-blows-hot-air%3B-pa... Jul 29, 2014 - 3 posts - 3 authors
I soon noticed that the driver's side blows warm air and the passenger side blowscold air as it should. No amount of adjusting the temp control ...
www.odyclub.com/.../46646-hot-air-driver-side-vents-cold-passenger-si... May 9, 2012 - 16 posts - 10 authors
I have a 2009 EXL Odyssey that just is doing the same thing (warm air on drivers side, cold on passenger). I checked freon levels and ...
It sounds like you have "zone" climate control. With "zone" climate control you can adjust the driver, passenger and sometimes other "zones" to different temperatures for the comfort of all passengers. Make sure that the Driver side is set to a cool temperature. If it is then you more than likely have a problem with the temperature controller for the driver side.
i've been down here too myself, and discovered that the temp control motor, located in the bottom of the glove box, which you can access by clearing all your stuff in in and opening a small door. you can adjust it manually, and see if it changes, if yes, the switch can be defective, as well as the motor, the switch is the most likely problem. but adjust it manually first.
you cant adjust it ,this requires the dealers computer to re set it,or a phyiscal control has packed up like a vacumn pipe has split where it pushes onto the valve that controls the flap in the heater unit.