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Old 01-19-2020, 01:12 PM
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AC Control does not work for the passenger side.

I have a problem with my F300 335i. The passenger side of the car seem to not want to follow the temperature set by the control. When I set it to max heat, it does blows luke warm while the driver side blow hot air.

What could be causing this?
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I have a problem with my F300 335i. The passenger side of the car seem to not want to follow the temperature set by the control. When I set it to max heat, it does blows luke warm while the driver side blow hot air.

What could be causing this?

Just a stupid comment from me, but i assume you also checked the red/blue dial in the center of the two top vents correct?
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Just a stupid comment from me, but i assume you also checked the red/blue dial in the center of the two top vents correct?
Yes, the red/blue dial is not the problem. AC blows cold when on max temp and dial turned to red all the way.
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Yes, the red/blue dial is not the problem. AC blows cold when on max temp and dial turned to red all the way.

Ahh okay, at least that one is ruled out. I once had a 06' Honda Pilot that kinda of had your situation, it ended up being this part called: blend door actuator, it controls the air temps and it would get stuck and make a clicking type sounds under the dash area...
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