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the keepers of the actuator have broken or fallen off of the actuators lever which is under the dash on the drivers side. the actuator and keepers is a cheap part to repace but getting to it under the dash is not that easy, its a common problem in the kia amantis. when i had a fender bender it caused the pins or keepers of the actuator to fall or break off, and instantly my drivers side only blew cold air until i was able to get to it behind my dash and replace it.
Is the Blower fan Blowing No Heat,? Is the Blower Not Blowing ?
Is there Operating Temp reached? Is it TOO dam cold for the Thermostat installed?is there enough Antifreeze? in the Radiator?
i just Don't know
I had a similar problem with the A/C unit not blowing cold air, even though the compressor and bottle were running and charged. It turns out that there are two baffles under the dash that are moved around by two brassy colored arms. Both arms had become separated from the baffles, preventing the cold air from reaching the cabin. The other baffle control the direction of the air (panel, floor, defrost). Check those baffles to see if they are properly connected to the brassy control arms.