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Why would the ac on the drivers side of a 2000 Chevy venture blow hot while the left and rear ac blow cold?

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2006-03-22 13:38:04
2006-03-22 13:38:04

The 2002 Chevy Venture has a dual a/c system. The 2000 might also. There could be a hole in the hose that goes to the left and back of the van, but not in the one that is for the driver's side of the van.

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