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I'm trying to figure out my friend's 2001 9-5's climate control problem. I have removed the blend door motor from the equation and manually moved the blend door arm to the cool (top) position. There is a definite difference in temperature when I move it from the heat to the cool position, but the air coming out of the driver's side vents is still definitely warmer than the passenger side, and feels more like ambient air than air conditioned air. The car is also showing a code 13 which I will address next, but could that be the cause? Could the system just need a charge to blow cool enough for both sides to get cooled? Stumped here.
1995 9000 Super CS
2001 9-3 SE Convertible (gone but still in the family)
2004 9-3 Aero Convertible
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