my 2007 pacifica will blow hot air on driverside for awhile but never on the passenger i ve tried all temps confused

Asked by Nov 08, 2013 at 11:52 PM about the Chrysler Pacifica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

just bought it used ,warms up on myside but passenger never blows warm and then if I turn it off and back on it blows cold both sides!

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Sounds to me like your hvac control module is not functioning correctly if im not mistakin you have climate contolled zones

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thanks will check first

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Only ran into this problem once, ended up that the HVAC controller needed flashed. Most shops will not be able to preform repairs of this nature, so your dealership is the best choice. Chrysler uses special programing that is separate from the OBD2 system for HVAC and security.

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