Question about Heating & Cooling
Air conditioning only comes out cold on the passenger side. Shoots out warm on the drivers side. I took it to a service station and they told me they couldn't fix it, nor could they tell me why. Is it a hose maybe? Will this cost an arm and a leg? I heard they have to get in through the driver's side door to fix anything, which is a 12 hour job.
Look on the passenger side off the floorboard, there is usually a "blower blend door" it is generally controlled by vacuum hoses that can be traced from the firewall in side the motor housing back to the manifold, a hose may be off or cracked.
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