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I have a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville my air blows hot air out on my driver side and cold on the passanger side. Iv set the Temp on both side to 60 and nothing changes it

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Sounds as if the door actuator has quit working on the driver's side. this is a very difficult unit to access and should be done with courage or by an expert "groan" dealer.

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