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2010 Dodge Journey with 2 zone ATC no heat coming from passenger side but good heat on drivers side. Heater doors seem to be operating okay. Any ideas on what the problem is?

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Vehicles with dual zone heating systems have two blend doors - one for each zone. These are different than the mode doors, which direct the airflow to floor, dash, defrost, etc. Apparently the blend door for the driver's side is working, but not the one for the passenger's side.

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Go to Step 2
Go to Diagnostic System Check
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With the engine running, connect a Scan Tool .
Turn the dual zone to OFF (passenger temperature offset at 0 or OFF).
Exercise the suspect actuator using the temperature control on the control assembly.
Is the door being commanded (COM) to the proper high and low values?
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COM Low 0 %
Go to Step 3
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