dual climate control.set at 72 degrees.drver side blows out cool air and pass side blows hot air.why dont both side blow the same air.when both sides are set the same temp?

Asked by Feb 28, 2013 at 05:39 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi

Question type: General

Climate control doesn't  have have same temp on driver side as the pass side

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Sounds like a bad temperature door motor. My Nieces '05 Impala had that problem. Try setting the controls for 60° & wait about a minute. Check the air temperature at both sides. Then set the controls for 90° & do the same. If one side stays the same temperature regardless of the control settings I'd suggest replacing the temperature door motor on the faulty side. HTH. -Jim

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