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Mike, I have a Subaru Tribeca B9. THe passenger side blows cold air and drivers is hot.

Dealership said there is a 15 degree variance between the two. It is very cold! They burped the system said that should help. Didn't. I replace passenger side actuator door and motor. No help.

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    h2069 Jan 16, 2013

    even though drivers side blows hot, it fixed the problem? Im willing to try

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Chlorine in factory coolant has caused corrosion and damaged the heater core (there was a recall on this WWY-09 which my subaru dealer denied!) flushing wont help. Heater core needs to be replaced.

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SOURCE: There's warm air blowing out of the driver-side

Most of the time the dash has to come out to access the actuators on the heater box.

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