Question about 2002 GMC Yukon XL
Had to jump start dead battery.Now drivers side only blows hot everywhere else has cold air. set on 60 both sides
Removing the fuse for a few minutes and turning the controls on both driver side and passenger side to the highest setting and then turning them down slowly until the system started cooling has worked for me. Thanks for the suggestions---saved me $2500.00 on a useless dealer estimate to fix problem. These dealers are dangerous---they were the ones that caused my problem when they unhooked the battery while replacing my ignition switch.
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Posted on Aug 12, 2008
I would try resetting both sides. i.e., Set both sides to hot, then back down to cool. Also check your fuse. I am not sure, but would think, you have a fuse for all these different items. It is time consumming, but look through and find your blown fuse. Hope it helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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