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Passenger side blowing hot air all the time

Hey everyone had my fn2 type r for about a month now got sum problems way it like the passenger side blowing hot air all the time but the drivers side is okay and ther is plenty of coolant in it and iv changed the clutch relay with no joy also gettin a bearing sound from front end checked both wheel bearings and they seem fine also calipers and sliders are all free thinkin it might be driveshaft half shaft bearing are they bad for going on these canít think of anything else
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well the strange thing is with this is that the passenger side is the first side to have cold air. (or so it is when the recharge is needed in a jazz, and most other cars).
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Have you checked the setting for the dual control if fitted?
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Ther is a button for the dual control but I have tryed that way no luck tryed everything apart from a recharge
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Just had a thought, have you tried a bit of switch cleaner on the passenger door controls?
It might be sticking.
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there is an ac self diagnostic that you could go through it might tell you what the problem is or give you a clue what to look at

it sounds to me that it might be a sticky vent flap which might not be moving to the right position to allow cold air through
if you put the AC through it's self diagnostic it cycles the vent flaps which might just do the job of freeing it ot give you an error code for the problem

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