Question about 1999 Chevrolet Venture
99 Venture, I have the rear air option, but don't have individual controls for driver and passenger air temps. The driver's side doesn't get cold, but the passenger's side does. There's 3 vents in the middle, and the one on the right gets cold, but the two on the left are hot. I've charged the system to capacity and doesn't help.
SOUNDS LIKE THE VENTS ARE PULLING AIR FROM OUTSIDE, YOU CONTROLS FOR THE VENTS ARE OFF SINQ. TRY TO MOVE THE CONTROL BACK AND FORTH WORK THEM HOT TO COLD AND DEFOAST TO HEAT TO AIR WORK ALL THOSE EVERY WAY YOU CAN ,MIGHT HAVE A STICKING VENT OR VALUE, THANKS HOPE THIS HELPS ,ROBERT
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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