Question about Pontiac Bonneville
Do you have automatic climate control? Don't know if this is the same as my Caddy but, I had this problem on my car - there's a rod assembly that opens and closes the vents in the car
for the automatic climate control. It's supposed to open all vents to
the AC feed when in AC mode. BUT, if it slips loose, the default
status is to feed heat through (you can open a window in the summer,
but you don't want AC blowing in your face and on your windshield in
In my case, the driver's side was working right, pumping cold air, but the passenger side was actually dumping hot air into the car. Don't know exactly where, but the young friend who keeps my car running smoothly told me he just had to drop the glove box etc. on the passenger side to get to the rod and slipped it back into place. I'm not agile enough, but if you are, you can probably crawl around under there and figure it out - or get a friendly mechanically inclined young friend to do it for you.
Hope that this will fix it for you - did for me.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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