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A/c blow hot air 03 jag s type R

My car is doing the same thing blowing cool air in the middle and hot on both side and the rear what is the problem

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  • tammy09 Sep 14, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM COULD SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT THE CORRECT FIX FOR THE PROBLEM IS. THANK YOU.

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Most of times a bad expation valve will give you hot and cold problems at dash

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You have 2 zone temperature control control. The heater control valve has failed and is open allowing the passenger side heater core to stay hot.
It is a very common problem and expensive to repair. It tends to be an intermittent problem and sometimes will work properly.

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