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Dual A/C Issue

My dual AC blows cold on the drivewr side and hot on the passenger side while it's on 60 degrees what could be the problem?

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Mine does that too. It only seems to do it in Auto mode. I don't use auto mode anymore and so far it's been behaving itself.

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