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Air conditioner driver zone not working. other 2 zones and rear work fine.

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Possible blower motor or resistor in the front

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  • scricken Sep 07, 2010

    specifically, the air blows out fine (the same strength/speed as the other zones. It's that the temp is more like a vent. No matter what setting I use, it won't get any cooler on the driver zone. The other zones work as needed.

  • justin vanderpool Sep 07, 2010

    sounds like the temp blend door actuator has went bad

  • mrmarkin281 Sep 24, 2010

    Where can you get directions for digging into the dash as well as these parts? I have the same issue on the driver side



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