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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-25-2017 Thread Starter
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A/C blows warm on drivers side, cool on passenger side

Hello all, just like title says. Just bought 2011 Stang V6 and it has 85K miles. Using the A/C, in rec or outside air modes, Drivers vents blow warm air and pass air vents nice and cool. I do not have split climate controls. Anyone know why this is happening? In Florida...need cool air!!! Thanks for any help........

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-26-2017
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inspect the blend door(s)

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I have never done that before, any info on how to inspect actuator is greatly appreciated. So even though I don't have dual climate control, do I have more that one blend door? Which door and location? Someone has to have solved this one before with good details.

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If you do a search of the threads on here, I think there was a thread with pic's and instructions on how to fix the problem.
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I have searched...Always do before I post. Nothing detailed. Will have to dig in this weekend.
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