Question about 2002 Volvo V70
Temp set to 68, happens when hot out or cold out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Volvo v50 2005 climate control
I had the same problem. AC computer forgot where the adjustment flaps are.
- Start the car.
- Press Auto button on the AC (if you have this option)
- Increase fan speed (make shure it is not on minimmal setting)
- Decrease the temperature setting to the minimum -> "Lo"
- Wait about 10-20 seconds
- increase the temperature to the maximum -> "Hi"
- Wait about 10-20 seconds
- Set the temperature that you like.
With this procedure you force the AC to move the temperature regulating flaps to go to both end-positions and motors get calibrated again.
If this does not help, there must be a bad contact somewhere or the fpals may get stuck. -> repair.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Have same issue with my xc70 cold to coolish on drivers side and warm to hot on pass... slowly, with driving, pass side becomes cool. Slight swoosh sound from dash attributed to A/C is intermittent. Thought to be kinked tube or puncture? : (
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
SOURCE: Drivers side vents blow hot
The Air Blend Door Actuator on the blower housing, under dash, passenger side is stuck or defective. The actuator controls the flow of air from the Heater or AC, depends on your settings, if the door is stuck in between, warm air from the Heater will go thru. In your case, door is open just a little or better said, it is not shut all the way, allowing warm air thru only some of the ducts, that unfortunately, happen to be the driver's side.
Try activating the door by setting he temp control from cool to hot a few times to see if the door actuator will get released, if it does not fix the problem, the actuator will need to be removed for closer inspection and if faulty replaced.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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