Question about 2000 Pontiac Bonneville
I never heard about a need to "reset" a blend door.
Are you trying to fix a condition where the passenger side blows hot or cold, but opposite the temperature of the driver side?
If a/c, you probably need some Freon recharge. If heat, check your coolant level.
My 2005 Bonneville had this problem with the a/c. I looked at the blend doors for hours, before getting a clue about the low Freon.
Posted on Sep 15, 2014
Yes, if you are working a/c and pass is colder than drivers, you are low on refrigerant. have it topped up to good pressure
Posted on Dec 08, 2015
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