Question about Buick Park Avenue
Cold air flows on pass. side while drivers side gets vent or hot air
There are two possabilitys for this issue. First is a low A/C charge will cause this. Second the dual zone A/C has temp actuators for each side. It is possible one has gone out or is stuck.You can try pulling the fuse for the HVAC for a minute or two, this will reset the system and it will relearn the door positions. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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