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Bonneville A/C on passenger side, not drivers side?

Ok, right side or passenger side of car A/C is freezing. The left side or drivers side is only room temperature..I can turn up the heat and it works fine on both sides, just wont get cold on drivers side..I fear an actuator problem. Any help appreciated. J

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  • car88forme Apr 18, 2009

    Same problem, freezing cold air on the passenger side but warm air on the drivers side, the A/C system is fully charged, anyone else have this problem? Oh mine is a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville also.

  • immusicman Apr 19, 2009

    I took the temperature motor for the drivers side completely off yesterday and and manually moved the plastic rod in the duct system back and forth and it went from hot to room temp with full range of motion but still no cold. I swear I thought the problem would be right there, but it isn't. The temp motor is working fine, it just doesn't get cold on that side, somehow it is not getting the ice cold air to the drivers side period, just the passenger side. Help is appreciated.

  • gpozega Apr 27, 2009

    I also have the same problem. Cool air but not real cold air on the passanger side but, warm air out of the driver side air ducts. Problem showed up after having new motor mount installed. Also car seem to be missing when accelerating or when going up hills. Both problems seem to have happened at the same time. I checked for vacume line leaks but found none. Hope someone can help.


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Mine did the same thing. Turns out it was just low on refrigerant.

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