My mom had the same problem and we added freon and it blows very cold all over now.
Temp blend door actuator malfunction.
what is the car make and model? I have seen many questions on Olds Intrigue. 2002 Pontiac grand prix
93 grand am... that's a Pontiac product. Burn it!
vacuum line from intake manifold to control unit in dash broken or disconnected
Typically a relay or resistor. But could be a blower switch or blower motor problem.
blower motor resistor
your fuse is blown. car manufacturerers make the dash lights go off when the tail light fuse blows so you know it is blown.
sounds like your water pump ain't pumping, don't drive it till it is!. could be as simple as a new fan bewlt or might even need a pump
Dissconnect the battery for 1 hour and reconnect, should re-set the flaps!
heater core could be plugged, also check for low coolant
I had that problem too. when I checked my freon, it was low so I recharged it and was able to get cold air back on drivers side. then a month later, the seal went out on my AC compressor. So I would guess your freon is low and AC compressor is (or is about to) start leaking
Check your climate control switches, and vaccuum lines. If you have electronic climate control, you probably need to have it serviced. Quite often in Grand Am's 91-2002 have had minor problems with weak linkages within the housing and routing of the climate control rod's and lines.
When my a/c system is low on refrigerant, it blows hot on drivers side, cold on passenger side of the dashboard. This is a 1997 Buick Ultra. Recharging the system solves the problem.
How do I replace the heating coil in a 2006 Grand Caravan? I have no heat it only blows cold air.
possibly the blend door actuator.
You are likely in an antarctic region.
The engine fan on a 2003 Pontiac Montana works by turning on when the engine reaches a certain temperature. It then blows cool air across the radiator and engine to maintain a constant temperature.
Check your repairs closely. It's possible that you have pinched the wiring harness when you bolted the starter back onto the engine block.
get a new car. or better a new air con stupid
it could be the heater core and ac housing unit that allows hot air to be mixed with the cold air or it could just cancel out the cold due to the motion of the car
The heating direction doors can be stuck into a certain position. The heating direction door might be closed, not allowing warm air to come to the drivers side.
Answering "Why would the AC blow cold air on the drivers side while hot air blows on the passengers side even when all controls are set on cold 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora ?
Because both the bulbs are blown? Most drivers only drive around in towns, which have street lighting. As a result, when one bulb blows it is not noticed by the driver. Only when the second bulb blows does it become noticeable. Plus, personal experience shows that some drivers check the wrong bulb, as from 2001 Corsa's have 3 bulbs in each headlamp.
I have the same problem with my 95 olds 98 regency, did you find anything out?
It is possible, but not likely for a transmission fluid leak from the speed sensors.