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Re: A/C blows warm on drivers side,blows cool on...
I understand no change in outlet air temp? if this is the case the problem is most likely the air distribution blend door actuator, this is a dealer level repair, as it will require test equipment and a high level of expertise to repair. Hope this helps, you may also post this problem on the open forum for further advise.
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www.hyundai-forums.com/.../294097-drivers-side-blows-hot-air%3B-pa... Jul 29, 2014 - 3 posts - 3 authors
I soon noticed that the driver's side blows warm air and the passenger side blowscold air as it should. No amount of adjusting the temp control ...
www.odyclub.com/.../46646-hot-air-driver-side-vents-cold-passenger-si... May 9, 2012 - 16 posts - 10 authors
I have a 2009 EXL Odyssey that just is doing the same thing (warm air on drivers side, cold on passenger). I checked freon levels and ...
check the air vent of passenger side for any obstruction and secondly keep your thermostat full towards cold side make sure the ventilator is fully closed position and rotate the air selection knob clockwise and anti clock wise two three times than set it at the required position mainly your air selector seems to be malfunctioning there is nothing wrong with the ac
Chances are you have a pretty fast freon leak, and the passenger side will be blowing warm within a few days. I have the same thing happen on a couple of my GM cars, except my leak is very slow; warm driver's side, cold passenger side.
You can try and top off the freon again, but I suspect you're going to have to take it to a shop to find the leak and get it fixed. Plan on spending some big dollars for the repair.
Check your antifreeze level and if low then add antifreeze until the radiator is full and the overflow tank is up to the correct level. that should solve your problem. If it isn't that, chances are your thermostat could be stuck open which isn't allowing the coolant to warm up properly.
If you have dual climate control, you most likely have a low freon level. The evaporator can get cold enough for the passenger side (where the evaporator is located), but not cold enough to transfer cold air to the passenger side. Have it inspected for a leak and the freon level topped off.
Is it leaking antefreeze?
The thermostat might be gone or needs a bigger thermostat
It could be a vaccum leak for the drivers side blowing cool air and the passenger side blowing warm air
Does it have dual air control switches one for drivers side and one for passengers side?