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Heat only blows out on drivers side

My beautiful 95 park avenue only gives me a little heat on the drivers side and engine temp is always fairly high is this a thermostat problem?

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You probably have a cable that has bound up under the dash. This will be where the panels open and close to let air come out of different vents.

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