Question about 2008 Mercury Mariner
When driver side control is set on 72 degrees and the passenger side control is set on 72 degrees. The drivers side blows cold air and the passenger side blows warm air
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like you have a passenger window motor problem. Try hitting the right door panel hard, down near the speaker opening and pushing the switch at the same time. If it moves, the motor windings are and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
needs re-gassing because one line should be hot (feed) and the return cold , This is a specialist job do not attempt to do it yourself because its extremely dangerous with very high pressures involved
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
It could be the door that should be shuting off the heater core area is not shuting.The door works with engine vaccuum.The vac. comes from the intake manifold. With your car being a few years old, the heat from the engine may have caused the vac. hose to dry out and crack or become disconnected. With the engine cold and off, look under the hood. A small size vaccuum hose should be connected to the intake manifold and run inside the cabin area. This is one thing you can check. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
This could be a couple of different problems. The first and most common problem is that the control motor that moves the door inside the duct work for the heater has failed. The door on the heater core is no longer opening supplying to supply heat. The other problem that it could be is that your climate control module that has the digital thermostat is not sending the signal to the motor in the duct work to open the heater core door. And finally the last thing that it can be, which is not real likely on a 2002 is that the heater core is plugged and not letting hot water from the engine though it.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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