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I noticed the other day that my 2 vents on the passenger side blow significantly warmer than the drivers vents. Even when I crank the a/c all the way and close the drivers vents, it MAYBE gets a degree or 2 cooler. What gives? Isn't the piping for all the vents tied together?
I took my 05' 5.9 in for a recall and had them do some warranty work and should be done today. One of my complaints was the exact same thing. My right 2 vents was blowing reallywarm and driver was cold. I had already re-charged it and it cooled it down for a while but then got warm again after a week or so...The dealer told me this is very common so they are replacing the blend door...Yes 20$ part 800 labor....So I will also let you know how it works...Its also in for hard shift into 4th...I know they are replacing tourque converter, tranny bands. They are replacing a bunch of stuff....I think they are slow and are picking up slack on my truck..I dont mind give me new stuff...
I've had that problem since late March and finally got it fixed today. It is a cheap part but the labor is what kills you in the wallet. It is the recirculator door/blend door. But my wife wouldn't ride in the truck until I fixed it. Recharging your A/C won't permanently fix the problem.
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