Just what the title says. It's ice cold on the passenger side and somewhat warm on the drivers side. I was told it was the HVAC door actuator. Spent $130 on one yesterday and it didn't fix the problem. Any other ideas?
Replaced the drivers side. How do you know if it's the dryer? I know last year I had the compressor replaced but didn't replace anything else.A lot of times its the Temp door actuator. Sometimes there is more than 1. Not sure what actuator you replaced already. Had something like this recently on a vehicle at one of my dealers and it turned out to be the reciever dryer becoming plugged up. Pressures were off etc. Just food for thought.
The dealer I talked to had to actually hook it up to a set of gauges. Found that one side had incorrect pressure. I cannot remember if it was the high or low side. But I think that was a more unusual situation. The majority of the time it is the simple actuator thing.Replaced the drivers side. How do you know if it's the dryer? I know last year I had the compressor replaced but didn't replace anything else.
Yup for the 2003 regal. I installed it and it didn't fix it so someone said to disconnect the battery. I did that and I stuck my head under the dash while switching the A/C on and off and I can see the knob turn. Is there something else I have to do?Based on your signature I assumed this was for the Regal? After the temp door install did you calibrate the temp door? That was the last step in the process when I looked it up. My guess is that has to be done with a tech II?