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Ac blows good out the drivers side but hot out the passenger side. is there a reset code or something for that plenum door or does it need replaced?

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    Fernand Luc Bergeron Jan 02, 2011

    is there any foreign objet in the passages ? like a pen or a stick ? this would prevent the doors from opening/closing properly

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All chrysler products are garbage, that aside there is a door inside the A/C - heater box that commonly brakes but to replace it you have to pull the dash out. on various occasions i've found that you can pull the blower motor out from under the dash, reach up in the hole and feel the door laying in the box and pull it out. it'll work fine without it but you loose one function of your heater- A/C system.

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