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Air conditioning Hi - I have a 2004 Pacifica, auto air. Problem is when both sides are set to LO temp, the passenger side cools to about 44 degrees, the drivers side to about 60. any ideas? thanks

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Could be just a bit low on gas if two rads are used,or the seals on the flaps are breaking ,or the vacumn units are playing up or the vacumn pipes that feed them are splitting on the end so they are not closing properly

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