2006 Pass side climate

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by onewheeltwo, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. onewheeltwo

    onewheeltwo Guest

    Hi all-

    I just had my 2006 OB LLBean wagon into the dealer, one of my
    complaints being no passenger side heating. I'm the second owner, for
    less than 6 months. Cooling seems to work fine.

    With the car warmed up and the climate control set to "auto", I turn
    both the drivers and passengers setting to the max of 85F. The
    drivers side is too hot to even sit there for long, while the
    passenger side I couldn't even consider warm. This is the same result
    I get when I take it off of auto and set it to come through the dash
    vents.

    The dealer said the reason for no heat was foam stuck in the vent, I
    told him that plenty of air was coming out, it was just cold air, he
    replied that was normal for having foam stuck in the vent.

    FWIW, my other complaint was slow coolant loss w/no visible leak.
    0.5L in 2 months.

    So my question is this: When you turn both settings to the same
    temperature (heating) do they seem, or should they be, the same
    temperture on both sides of the car?

    Thanks for any and all help!
     
    onewheeltwo, Jan 9, 2008
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