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Volvo v50 2005 climate control puts out heat on driver's side and windshield when AC is on or temperature control is at low. Passenger side puts out cold air. Both sides of climate control are set at low.

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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

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  • you will need to install new seat heat module under your seat the small black box and you will need a scan tool to reprogram all positions to the demper motors

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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