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Lexus GS 300 AC on Drivers side, Heat on Passengers side

Have checked the Servo motor, and it works.... Have AC on Drivers side and Heat on Passengers side. Temp Control for passengers side does not work.

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Most likely the AC head unit has gone bad

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SOURCE: I have a 98 lexus gs 300. The heat was working

fuse or relay has blown

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