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The dual climate control is blowing very cold on the driver side vents and extremely hot(like the heater is on) through the passenger vents. is there something to do to check that unit without taking in or any suggestions.

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Look under the dash and find the air ducts and put the air duct back on the ac housing that has fallen off and tape it with duct tape so it wont come off again.

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