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The rear air conditioning is cold but the front air is hot.

The rear air conditioning is cold but the front panel the air comes out Hot unless you have to blower fan at the lowest level. Is this an electronic module or what controls the air temp?

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  • johntina23 May 16, 2010

    I don't think low freon is the problem. Been told the same compressor cools the rear air flow. Is there any other possible solution to this problem. Thanks

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Sounds as if you are low on freon.

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