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Hi all,

So I have ran into this problem of my Nitro blowing good heat on passenger side and little to no heat on driver side. But heres the thing, on my drivers side, it has very little air flow. On my passenger side it blows great when I have the control speed on 3 to 4 (especially).

I have replaced my blend door on my drivers side in hopes to that fixing it, but it didn't work!

As I live in a place where it can be 70 one day, the next day it could be blow 20 degrees. Please help!
 

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Khaki Nitro Nut
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Welcome to the forum @AEM. When you have a chance, head over to the Newbie Section (<click this) and say "Hi".
Tell us a little about yourself and your ride.
That way we can welcome you all proper like.

Have you checked out this thread?

I have always has less airflow out the drivers floor then anywhere else.
 
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Hi Scar0!

So I did have to replace my blend door actuator. It should not be my heater core due to me getting a new radiator with a fresh flush. But I am uncertain. My floor and driver side vents barely gets air flow. And I don't think that there is a clog in it. But just in case, should I see if I cant blow anything out?
 

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Khaki Nitro Nut
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Blow or vacuum won't hurt.
Was the new blend door actuator calibrated?
 
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