It is in the center of the HVAC housing, under the dash.
The blend door actuator on late model Dodge Durango and small pickup can be accessed by removing the glove box. There is a very common problem with blend door failure in these vehicles, and dash removal is required to perform the repair. A cheap and easy DIY fix for this can also be found at heatertreater. They also make a heater core regulator which bypasses the blend door and can remedy the situation with no dash removal.
Most likely it's the blend door. Check heatertreater.net for a full explanation of system operation and potential failures.
Its located on the left side of the evaporator housing inside the truck behind the heater core shield...................
Cannot speak specifically to a Oldsmobile but, on a Dodge product of same vintage it would be low freon. Either that, or it could be a bad control head, or a bad blend door actuator.
A 2004 Dodge Neon uses 5W30. It can be synthetic,, conventional, or a blend.
5W20. It can be synthetic, conventional, or a blend.
Probibly your blend door motor is stripped out. Remove motor and check door operation manually
It is in the center of the HVAC housing behind the dash.
5w30, it can be synthetic, conventional, or a blend.
Minneapolis is actually a blend of Greek and Dakota Indian language In the Dakota language "mni" means water, and in Greek "polis" means city
5w-30 is recommended .