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Air blows cold in rear and hot in front - 1999 Dodge Durango

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The blend dooractuator is bad. They are on National backorder. The factory that makes them is closed during the Chrysler restructuring - labor alone will run you $500 + , add another $280 for the part if you can even get one.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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ok, missed the part about the rear ac working, the part that causes this is called the air temperature control blend door actuator motor, it is an electric motor driven gear drive that moves the plastic door inside the air ducking to mix or shut off the hot or cold air from the ac evaporator core or the heater core, you will need to replace it.

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SOURCE: 2003 Dodge Durango SLT, A/C Problem

The rear A/C system in the Durango has its own AC and heater core like the front system does. There is a plastic flapper valve back there that either directs the air to one or the other depending on what you have selected up front.

While the part is not too expensive, the labor to get there requires removal of the interior panel on that side which is not fun. It can be done though.

Try www.durangoclub.com for more info.

Don

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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