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05 Impala Driver's heater only cold, Pax side heater control fine

What can I do to get the heater on the driver's side to work. Pax side works great. I have cycled the control and all the switches and tried different positions with no joy. I took a quick look at fuses and did not see any burned out. Good thing I live in Texas but it is still too cold now.
Burrrrr, Help!!!

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  • baris Dec 11, 2008

    where is/how do you get to the temp control door actuator?

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Replace the temp control door actuator its broken in mine too thats what i replaced and works fine now

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