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Dash removal to check actuator motor

No heat on feet for passenger

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SOURCE: Lexus GS 300 AC on Drivers side, Heat on Passenger side

You will more than likely need to replace the whole heater control unit in the dash. Thier like mini computers now and usually if one side goes down it means the whole unit is shot.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

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