Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
Heat only on drivers side, and cold air only on passanger side.
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like you have a blend door that either the actuator has gone bad or the door is stuck. There is a chance that the dash will need to be removed to access the heater box.
Posted on Jan 20, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure about your dodge, but on hondas there is a lever under the driver side vent to allow fresh(outside air) when its cold out, it will be cold, even with the heat on inside, so check to see if your has that lever somewhere on that side...hope that helps
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
Heat IS blowing out on drivers side, BUT it wont get hot ?
As long as you have heat, but not on passenger side, I would say your diverter is door is not operating, may be vacuum , or electrical, check under dash make sure no vacuum lines are leaking.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
I really can't be sure off hand, but what you wrote looks like the control valves are sticking(these flaps allow air to go different directions at the vents). its located at the heater core(towards the left side of the heater core) under the plastic just under the dash. you can manually move them, encase they are stuck, they do stick sometimes. while checking the vent doors, make sure your vacuum lines are connected. also check to make sure your vent hoses are tight. I hope this helps
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
SOURCE: Heater in 2003 Dodge Ram
If this is dual climate control, which I am sure that it is. Then the actuator for the driver side vents on the heater core is not working. It could be a bad actuator, or a bad controller. If it is a bad actuator then the actuator has to be replaced. It is located down by the passengers feet in the duct work. If it is the controller it is going to be more expensive. The controller is where you select where you want the air to blow (defrost, vent, or floor.)
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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