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Old 8/31/13, 03:17 PM   #1  
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Warm air from driver side vents, cold from passenger side

Any thoughts on why my a/c is blowing cold on the passenger dash vents, but warm air from the driver side dash vents? This just started today. Thanks.
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Old 9/5/13, 07:19 AM   #2  
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Sounds like something may have gotten into the vent system and blocked the door action. May have a door actuator gone bad.
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Thanks Pete. I tested all three of the door actuators and they are working fine. I read somewhere else that low freon can cause this problem, since the evaporator has two sides to it, each feeding a different set of vents. It's been working fine for the last few days, and winter is coming shortly, so I'm not going to worry about it until next summer.
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Jaden, whatever happened with your air? I have a 2015 mustang GT convertible. No sounds, no indication it just started blowing warm air on the driver side and COOL air on the passenger side. I have 43,000 miles. UGGGGG it is hot in Louisiana right now!
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Being as Jaden's last activity on here was well over 4 years ago, I wouldn't count on getting a reply from him anytime soon
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