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andymc1973

2010 Dodge Journey heaters (anyone had one)?

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Guys, a chap has bought this from me unseen and is due to collect next week, anyhow the heaters are blowing hot on the drivers side and cold on the passenger (both should be cold), are these known for this? A quick google pointed to blend doors behind the vents, anyone come across this before?

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Andy

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Just tell him it has the older style dual climate control, when he gets too hot he can swap and his wife can drive while he sits on the cold side.

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Common problem on the older Grand Cherokees which come from the same company. The blend door spindles disintegrate with old age. There are a few people selling kits to repair these which involve cutting a hole on the side of the heater box and replacing the doors with a re designed version. Its not a bad job on the Jeep but no idea about the Journey, I'm sure there will be some stuff somewhere online about it.

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I had a jag once that did this. 

It was years and years ago so can’t remember exactly what it was. I think the little electric valve that that lets hot coolant into the heater box. Or the signal to it. The car had 2, one for driver, one for passenger. 

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It’ll be finding the door blend spindles second hand that’ll be a ball ache 

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