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Air Conditioning The air conditioning isn't working properly on the drivers side of our 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix. The air is cooler on the passenger side than the drivers side. This car has dual controls for the passenger and drivers side.

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I'm going to assume the fan louvers (that direct air from wind shield head to feet ect) are electronically controlled. If that is the case, then a motor may have died. You only have one AC system for the vehicle, so if its cold on one side, then the fault lies within the air ducting system. Maybe a mouse built a nest in there and is blocking air flow?

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