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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 99 park avenue blows cold
As snowbird said, it's most likely your passenger climate control system. Could be a short in a wire or a burnt acuator that moves the passenger door open and close. If you don't have the money or time to troubleshoot the problem you can pull down the glovebox and you'll see a metal rod about 8 inches long connected to the acuator. If you pop it off by the white connector, you can move it to full hot or cold. If it was the heater core it wouldn't matter where the air is comming out, it'd be the same temp.
It'll take you 5 minutes tops to simply check it by moving that door.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
These are a pain to do so you will need to remove the small trim peice behind the inside door handle to get to a small screw holding the door trim on. Next retaining clips hold on the sides and bottom door trim. Some screws may be on the bottom too on some models. using an old tablr fork helps out by removing the center fork prongs which will be used as a pry bar to pry up on these clips. Once removed you can gain access to the switch. Some models will let you pry out the switch panel instead of removing the whole door trim. If the switch is mounted in a panel that is separate from the door trim it will come out that way separately
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
SOURCE: how do take off the
You shouldn't have to take off the panel, there is usually a black plastic cover right behind the mirror, pop it off, it will expose 3 or 4 bolts to the mirror, It is heavy, so don't let it fall, It has wires in it and sometimes a cable, get the mirror off and replace it, The glass pops right out, If you just need the glass, Get a small flat bar in there or a slim piece of hardwood, Pop the glass right out, and pop in a new one. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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