Someone that is not the Driver or Controller of a Vehicle that is still traveling in the Vehicle.
I had a similar issue occur with my Acura TL. According to the dealership the fillament on the driver seat went bad while the one on the passenger seat was still functional.
Yes a passenger can drink as well as the driver, Montana still doesn't have a drunk driving law. But if stopped you as a driver can drink, but you have to be sober when doing road side tests. If that makes sense
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
Could the heater door actuator be bad? What is the cost to replace? This Grand Prix has a dual-zone climate control and when the AC is on, the passenger side vents often change to heat when the control is still on cold.
You are less likely to get pulled over when it is on the passenger side, but you can still get pulled over for it.
Being named as an excluded driver means that you are not covered as the driver, and are not allowed to drive that vehicle. It doesn't mean that you can't be a passenger in the vehicle. If you were a passenger and were injured your injuries should still be covered under the insurance (whether or not the driver was your employer). If you were working at the time you may be eligible for workers compensation, also, but at the least your injuries should be covered.
If it is leaking coolant. And you changed the thermostat. I would then move to this section. Flush the radiator and the heater core. This can be done at a certified shop with a reliable mechanic.
No, if the other person is driving the uninsured vehicle, then that person is still covered by their own policy. But, if you AND the vehicle are uninsured, then it doesn't matter who's in the passenger seat.
You wil lose coolant into the car. You can just loop the heater hose back to the motor where it goes into the firewall. Where ever the two heater hoses come out of the motor can be connected together or get a splice and hook the two hoses together where they now connect to the heater core at the firewall. You won't have any heat, but it won't leak either. Does not affect the running of the car.
I would expect a plugged heater core.Take your hand and feel the two heater hoses that pass thru the firewall on the passenger side; if one is hot and the other is much cooler, than you heater core is plugged and needs replacement.
If the accident was caused by the uninsured driver than the uninsured driver is definitely still responsible.
replace the blower motor resistor located on the passenger side under dash up in the corner.
Up to 15 passengers (including the driver). Anything more requires a CDL and passenger endorsement.
If You Replaced the master cylinder Did you Bleed it as well? if not you need to bleed it first. then bleed the brakes start with the passenger side rear, then driver side rear, then passenger side front, then finally the driver side front.
The driver's side radiator fan is the main one that cools the radiator. The passenger side fan only comes on when the engine is being taxed (for example when towing). If your air conditioning still works try turning it on and I'll bet that the passenger fan will begin operating ( the ambient temperature has to be above 3 degrees Celsius for the AC to operate).
Did you try on the passenger side of the centre console??
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It's because of the steering column. the passenger side of vehicle doesn't have the steering column so there is more room for ventilation. thus more airflow on the passenger side of the vehicle. there is still heat on the driver side but not as much.
Under the hood, on the firewall, passenger side, close to the blower motor. If the blower motor resistor is burned out, you should still have the high speed function.
Yes it will, engine coolant still flows through it when engine is running.
you might try switching the key pads from the right side to the left side
First raise your hood, locate heater hoses( passenger side of car, they will be 2 hoses coming out of the firewall, one going to the water pump or intake. and the other to radiator. After draining radiater remove heater hoses from heater core tubing @ firewall. Then go inside the car(passenger side, behind & below dash, remove glove box and whatever ductwork is in the way). You should see the heater core black box right in front of you. Some of the boxes can be removed whole and some you will have to take the front cover off and that's the heater core. If you are still having trouble, try going to Chiltons Auto Repair or Haynes Auto Repair website.