I have a 2004 impala the drside blowses cold when the heaters onpassenger sides fine whats wrong

Asked by Jan 15, 2013 at 07:42 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Impala Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 impala heater blowes cold on drivers side hot on  passenger side

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it could be the ducts them selves but most likely its that the vent doors arent switching properly which on a 2004 is controlled by an electric switch so that may not be functioning properly or not at all, thats where i would start.

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I had the same problem with mine, I replaced the blend door actuator and its worked fine since.

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find the blend door actuator and tap it with a hammer. this will fix the stuck solenoid motor. you have two of them in your car. tap the one that corresponds with the one that is not working correctly.

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Thanks a million guys. I had the same issue with mine. No heat coming out from the drivers side.AC worked just fine. I just tapped it with a screwdriver and it has worked out. I probably saved some $$$. Most likely I would be charged $300 for it at the stealership. One more time thanks a million.

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