ac cold drivers side warm passenger side

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Asked by Jun 04, 2014 at 08:07 PM about the 2007 Chrysler 300 Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hi  i have a chry 300 07  ac blows cold driver side   and allmost warm on passenger  side
fan work well  was told its not vacumm  its all eletric on that car .? is that true    could it
be a actuator   is there two  driver /passenger  and where are they located  it seam to
work well olny one side fighting the other

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Right they are all electric, servo motors do all the blending now and they do fail more than they should and fixing them is not for the novice. You need to get the HVAC codes first then if it is deep in the system disassemble the entire dash to gain access to the HVAC unit. Not cheap to fix.

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is there a diagram of the ac 2007 300

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Wow i guess all 300s fail the same way. Mine is also a 2007 doing the exact same thing. Did u ever get it fixed and if so around what was the cost anf problem

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