There should be at least a 12 degree split between the incomming air and the air comming out of the vents.
You need to pop your hood and check your vaccum lines should be by the passenger side should be little tubes and stuff with a TT piece maybe running by your engine or possibly into your firewall !! - Phat-Boi
Is the compressor running ?
The coil is dirty.Hose it out with a water hose.
My refrigerator is not running cold nor is the freezer. It is blowing warm air.
There are 2 filters you access in the glove box. If they are dirty you get almost no air. Clean or replace them and be amazed at the difference
Any leather gloves are great for cold weather, and some have vents for when your hands get too hot.
There is no heater matrix for the back air vents, only and evaporator for the A/C. My suburban always blowed cold until I added an extra rear heater matrix.
The electric heating elements are probably turned on.
The climate control is not operating for the passenger side. Check to insure the physical controls work, and the diverter vents are opening to let the cool air to the passenger side.
Cold air return vents are the ones on the wall
maybe the a/c needs to be recharged with freon
mine did the same thing i just added some coolant to it and it fixed it and havent had any more problems watch your hands though its the line running between the fan and the motor ... i walked around with burnt hands for a week
Coming out of the vents around 43 degrees
Ceiling. Cold air fails
If your air conditioner is running outside by not blowing cold air inside through your vent, your indoor coil is frozen. You will need to turn everything off and allow the unit to thaw out.
Which part isn't working? Is it blowing air but it stays cold, is it not blowing at all or is it just blowing to the defroster?
either low on collant or a failing water pump
well yes but not on full blast
If it is blowing cold on one side of climate control despite knob position, and has a fully functional range on the other side of the vehicle, it is likely the air blender actuator or the control unit (main component with knobs in dash). Either way, this is a costly repair even for do-it-yourself'ers. Additionally, the driver-side climate controls the rear vents (06' specifically), so if your driver vents are cold, so are your passengers in the back...
Low coolant, bad thermostat, blockage in waterlines ot jacket.
Turn up the inlet gas pressure on the furnace to create more BTUs.
All burns should be treated with either cold running water or an ice pack. Water is preferable.
The first thing to check is that the outside unit is running. That the compressor and the Fan is running. If they are running, then have the Freon pressure in the system checked. You may be low on coolant.