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Check fuse #10 in the rear fuse panel. If fuse OK, try switching passenger side control module into driver's side. Also check for broken wires in wiring harness that goes between body and driver's door.
the temperature door inside (there is two one for each side of car) is possibly broken if you turn the blower on low turn the temp on the passenger side from full hot to full cold or vise versa and listen closely for a clicking or snapping sound if this is heard you have a broken door in side then the dash has to come out the air conditioning has to be discharged of refrigerant which has to be done by a facility with a license. if no noise is heard it could be a control head or a motor but the most likely cause is a broken door.
Hello: There are two metal pipes on the back of the engine thar carry the coolant from the driver side of the engine to the heater core and back to the engine. It is possible they may be rusted out. Also it could be head gasket failure, When it comes out check the coolant overflow tank on the passenger side under the hood and see/hear if it is gurgling. The overflow tank hose may be stopped up or it could be the wrong radiator cap. Hope this will give you a place to start. The radiator cap should be rated at 15psi
i have a 2005 terraza and the fuse panel is at the end of the dash board on the passengers side .there is a finger slot in a plastic cover,pull to remove. fuse panel is behind .i had to call a service tech to find mine. good luck pete.
the fans have relays that are located in the fuse box under the hood on the driver side. a quick check involves just switching the a/c clutch relay with the fan relay if they turn on when engine is hot the relay is bad. if not that means there is a bad connection or the temp probe is bad. make sure no loose or frayed wires are present. hope this helps. please rate this solution. thank you.