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Changed batteries and climate control not working properly

I changed the battery and now the drivers side is blowing super hot air and the passenger side is blowing cold air. The air conditioning is on. 2005 yukon

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    air condition comes out hot on driver side

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    heat

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The actuator has gone bad. They can be programed, and reset, but usaly they are bad, and that will only patch the problem for a while.

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