Question about 2006 Buick Lucerne CX
Took car to dealership and I still the same problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my 1997 buick park avenue
U need to replace the air temperature control blend door actuator motor, this requires removing the dash to access the motor for the blend door.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Hello,I work on these cars and have issues w/ this in the past.The Buick uses the same evap core as the cadillacs and are considered a (split design),and are true dual hvac system.That being said I have found a slighty low ac fren charge can and dose cause this condition.If the ac has been charged then the issue can be a blend door actuator.This can be found behind the glove box (small black box w/ 4 or 5 wires going into it)held in place w/ 2 or 3 ,5.5mm screws. try to have the ac recharged first and see what happens. Have a great day! RAY
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
My 98 Buick Century was doing the same thing. Up here is the north we have Canadian Tire. Went in there picked up a aircon recharge kit called RED TEC 12A hole kit costs $40 cnd I put 1 can in on the low pressure side which is the only fitting that the filler would fit on and now I have 33 degree air coming out of the drivers side and a couple degrees colder from passenger side.
I am sure you guys have something like Canadian tire down there you might even try Wallmart.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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