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Warm air always comes out the vents even when I have the dial set to cold air and the air conditioning never gets as cold as it should. 1992 4 cylinder 4dr accord.

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The blend door that controls the heat and the ac is not working.

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Can you do a quick test for me? Turn the car on - but start out with your settings on A/C - but the fan not on/nor a/c button if you have it. If you can turn just the fan on - let me know the condition of the air. Now, once the car's running - move it over to A/C and turn the fan up high. - Now, if it's pushing cold air - move your temp dial to warm where the air should get hot - if absolutely nothing changes when you move that dial to warm - you might get lucky, pull out the control module from the dash - and take a look at the linkages and cables connected. A lot of metal wires, etc. some even have vacuum lines that operate a 'flap door' that opens and closes when you turn that dial. Basically - your dial's connection may have come undone or broke - so the car's not getting the message to open or close that flap so that the hot air can come into the vehicle. If no success there - shoot me your year, make & model and I'll see if I can get you some tech info to troubleshoot. All the best and good luck.

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This condition is usually an indication that the a/c refrigerant level is low. The driver's side will always get heating and cooling first. I would recommend having the refrigerant level checked and also having it leak tested.

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I'm no 'expert' but it sounds like possibly 2 different problems. Your heat comes from warm/hot coolant circulating through the heater core, and the fan blowing air through/over it. If your thermostat is not opening the coolant won't circulate. Thermostat is a not too difficult or costly starting place. No air flow leads me to think you have a blower motor issue, perhaps start with the fuse. Hope this helps.

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First be sure that you do not have the controls set to defrost the windows since on just about all vehicles nowadays with the controls set that way the air conditioner will be turned on...even if it is not so warm outside. So...be sure that you do not have any of the controls set to defrost and that the heater is turned all the way on.

It sounds like though that the control for the vents is not operating properly. This is a combination of mechanical movements of the vent flaps and small "air motors" that operate the flaps. These air units are controlled by air vacuum taken from the engine compartment through tiny hoses. If the hoses get cracks, holes or come loose from their fittings then your vents will not move correctly so it is a matter of looking and tracing each one of the hoses to make sure they are fastened correctly, have not come loose and are not cracked or leaking. The problem can even be in the engine compartment where the hose(s) connect to the engine vacuum system...so it will take lots of looking carefully with flashlights etc....good luck.

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it is the flap door inside the heater box area.alot of gm with electronic climate control have the problem.there is an actuator motor that needs to be replaced.

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3 words come to Mind. Heater Blend Door

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yes it is called the blend door, you either have a sticking blend door or the actuator motor for the door is defective and does not completely shut off the heater core. The pass side has it's own blend door.

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