Question about 2004 GMC Sierra
2005 GMC pickup will begin to blow hot air on the drivers side and remain cold on the passenger side. It does it sometimes at 60 mph and sometimes while at idle. Adjusting the temperature, fan or turning off the ac has no effect on the problem. Killing the engine and restarting will reset both sides to cold for a period of time.
You need a servicing of the ac condensor, also check that the blower is working or not. your problem will be solved by servicing the condensor.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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