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My heater works on my side,blows cold on passanger please help

It just started and I have no clue where to start looking besides fuse box dor the dual zone. Any help?

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  • jscottlassit Jan 21, 2009

    Yes it is full and the temp is also running at a normal degree.

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Hi i can solve this cause my jeep is in a million pieces i just went thru this what u have is a blend door broken. and what going to happen next is both sides are going to blow heat. cause the other side will break.

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Have you checked the coolant level on the car to make sure its full?

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