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Need to find manual or info on why when on heat the air is cool on the other side getting to flows when I need only HEATER

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  • Kimory Orendoff Dec 01, 2012

    this is not a shower hardware issues but portable heater / cooler

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Sounds like a problem with the "Drivers side temp actuator motor".
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The blend door(s) is (or are) not functioning correctly.

Here are instructions on how to remove and replace the various blend door actuators:



Re-Circulation Blend Door Actuator


  1. Remove the glove compartment.
  2. Remove the recirculation blend door actuator retaining bolts.
  3. Disconnect the recirculation blend door actuator electrical connector.
  4. Remove the recirculation blend door actuator and disconnect the control rod.
  5. To install, reverse removal procedure.


Instrument Panel Blend Door Actuator


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the glove compartment.
  3. Disconnect the electrical connector.
  4. Disconnect the instrument panel blend door actuator remote linkage.
  5. Remove the instrument panel blend door actuator retaining bolts.
  6. Remove the instrument panel blend door actuator.
  7. To install, reverse removal procedure.


Defrost Vent/Register Blend Door Actuator


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the instrument panel.
  3. Disconnect the electrical connector. Remove the defrost vent/register blend door actuator.
  4. To install, reverse removal procedure.


Footwell Vent/Duct Blend Door Actuator


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Reposition the in-vehicle temperature sensor venturi pipe.
  3. Disconnect the electrical connector.
  4. Remove the retaining bolts.
  5. Remove the footwell vent/duct blend door actuator.
  6. To install, reverse removal procedure.


Cold Air Bypass Blend Door Actuator


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the driver side instrument panel lower trim panel.
  3. Disconnect the cold air bypass blend door actuator electrical connector.
  4. Remove the cold air bypass blend door actuator retaining bolts.
  5. Remove cold air bypass blend door actuator.
  6. To install, reverse removal procedure.

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Why is it blowing warm on and off on the driver side and blowing cool on the passenger side?


Here's is a little background and a couple of thoughts. Turning to the background, first. The heater/air conditioner system in your 02 uses the same set of ducts located in the instrument panel. In turn, those ducts are linked to what can be considered miniature version of the cooling system in the engine compartment (yes, this is a greatly simplified version). The whole system, in fact, is run off the main heater/ac system, however, it has a separate series of controls so that it can function properly.

When you dial a temperature, a signal is sent to the heater/cooling system telling the system to open a series of baffles, directing a flow of heated or cooled anti-freeze/coolant to the proper "radiator" behind the face of the instrument panel. In turn, the fan system activates a series of doors behind the instrument panel so that the flow of air is directed through the "radiator" and into the passenger compartment. This is essentially the heater/cooling system work.

Now, you say that the driver's side is hot, while the passenger side is cool. What has happened is that the flow of heated coolant that is supposed to heat the passenger side of the duct system is blocked. Since there is no heat to warm the air that is flowing past the fins of the "radiator," the flowing air remains cool to cold, depending on the weather and ambient temperature. The result is that one side of the car remains cool. And, since the other side of the "radiator" is normal and the air is heated, it is warmed.

That is the most likely explanation for this.

Another possibility is that the baffles themselves are stuck and the coolant that is supposed to be directed to the passenger side is not being directed their.

Either way, your technician has some work ahead.

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  • Product Dimensions: L: 24.00" x W: 24.00" x H: 16.00"
  • Product Weight: 88.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: White
  • Application: Used to cool individual rooms
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    Keep this principle in mind: Heat, flows INTO cold... When you hold an ice cube in your hand, your hand gets cold because the heat from your hand is flowing INTO the clod ice cube, NOT because the cold is flowing into your hand.

    On this particular vehicle (like many modern vehicles), hot water from the engine flows through the heater core at all times, even when you have the A/C on or when you have nothing (A/C, heat or vent) on. The system uses a door that closes down over the air opening to the heater core to keep you from feeling warm/hot air when it is not desired. The reason(s) you feel that the vent air is warm even when the outside temperature is somewhat cool is/could be caused by the following:

    First, although as mentioned above, the heater core is restricted from receiving air when you are not commanding heat by the control panel, the heater core ultimately ends up as warm as the engine temperature. This is generally somewhere around 200 degrees F. Because all the air coming out of your vent(s) must pass over the door that restricts air over the heater core, and because the heater core gets so hot, some of that heat is picked up by air passing over the hot door even though it is closed.

    Second, the door that restricts airflow from passing over the heater core has a seal around it. After a period of time this rubber (or usually felt) seal deteriorates, allowing some air to actually pass over the heater core. Since the core is hot all the time, some of the air gets heat loaded, producing warmed air.

    Third, the door is operated by (in the case of your vehicle) an electric motor which responds gradually/proportionately to the setting you select on the temperature dial. If the motor gets out of calibration (can happen from time to time), if the control head has a 'glitch' and sends an incorrect signal (chronically, usually), or if the electric motor (called an actuator and contains its own little electronic 'brain') becomes faulty, the door may not be closing completely. This symptom can also be caused by a problem with the door itself, where the door gets stuck due to warping of the plastic case, a foreign object preventing it from closing (usually a pen or toy dropped into a vent or defrost opening), or a broken or cracked door hinge.

    Last, the vent intake opening, where the 'fresh' air comes into the car on the 'vent' setting, is located just below the windshield on the passenger side. This opening receives its air directly off of the sun-baked, engine-heated hood and because of this the air is never as cool as outside air even on a cooler night.

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