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Air conditioner blows alternate cold and warm air

Chevrolet Silverado 2004, blows warm and cold air alternating and sometimes blows warm on passenger side while blowing cold on driver and vice versa...

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  • john_j_giefi Jul 16, 2009

    Had a mechanic check the freon and compressor. He said the compressor is cycling and the freon is dead on. I was hoping there was a sensor or switch that may be the issue...but the mechanic didn't want to get into the electronics and I can't work on anything newer than a 1970's model cars...I'm just a shade-tree mechanic..

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Check the freon level

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