Question about 2002 Chevrolet Impala
I have a 2003 Chevy Impala with about 76,000 miles on it. Off and on I have noticed that when I have the vent (outside air) on OR the AC on, that it blows normal (cold) on the driver's side, however; it blows hot, (REALLY hot at times!) on the passenger side. It has ALSO been known to blow cold on the passenger's side when the heat is on, while the driver's side, again, is normal (hot). There is really no rhyme or reason as to how and when this happens; it's just got a mind of it's own! What needs to be done to repair this? Is it an easy repair? If I have to go to a Chevy Dealer, do you have an estimate as to what it might cost? I'm getting ready to take a long road trip alone and want this to be working properly for me. Thanks for any help you can give!
Replace right temp door actuator under passenger side of instrument panel
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Ac temp and vent control actuators may be bad, It has three. One for temperature and the others are for driver,passanger air flow. Get diagram from dealer parts department.
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