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I have a 2004 Silverado Crew Cab, the temperature on the drivers side air vents comes out HOT, all the time, while the passengers side can be controlled by the temperature control lever. If I push the A/C button the air on the drives side is still HOT. Passenger side will come out cold. Any ideas why the drivers side does not work?

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  • terry Aug 03, 2014

    mine is doing the same thing. cold on one side and hot on the outher. service air bag , this means a SAFTY problem G.M. !!! the steering shaft going out, clunk clunk when you turn the wheel. isnt this what guides you away from on comeing traffic?

  • terry Aug 03, 2014

    p.s. mines a 2005 silverado 1500. seems to be built like a toaster now a days.

  • terry Aug 03, 2014

    forgot one outher thing. seems like half the time you own the vehicle its in the relearn mode...evrything you do to it to maintain it and have problems,the answers are well it needs to relearn while you drive it. That doesnt sound safe at all. now boys and girls take it to the dealer again.

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I think you will find that the mechanical control which changes the air flow from cold-hot-aircon has come off. I'm not familiar with your particular vehicle but usually the dash lever control is connected to a wire or lever to each air duct. If one of these is not connected then the duct will stay in the position where it was at when the control wire. lever came off. A good place to start.

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