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O2 sensors only report to the ECM to adjust air /fuel ratio and have nothing to do with the air temperature inside the car
what you probably have is a faulty climate control module under the dash

Posted on Mar 12, 2016

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SOURCE: Fully warmed up; blowing hot and cold; Suzuki XL-7

Its just a vent damper plate not operating, it's like a gate which controls the flow of air,,usually they are operated by vacuum, or cables.
Service center time, unless you are handy with your own repairs.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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SOURCE: the defrost blows air of vents rest of the controls do not blow out any air cold or hot

Does it have auto climate control or dial type HVAC Controls??

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: HOT & COLD ELECTRIC VENTS NOT MOVING.

Blend door actuator. When it fails for some reason it turns to the hot side and gets stuck. Dash must come out. I usually do it in 3 hours, because I've done it numerous times.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: ac only blows cold on the passenger side vents

climate unit is bad

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee. When you turn

behind the center counsel between the floor and the heater housing is a part that is called the blend door actuator. these usually go bad and have to be replaced.

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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check your climate control that could be the problem not opening all the way, also if not enough hot air comming out coul be the blend door some cars they used to use vacuum instead electricity to change air outlet some times these hoses get cluged theyr conected to the climate control. now try a cardboard in front of the radiator this will give you extra heat.

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Hi Monterogirl85 I'm glad to help!

If one of your vents is blowing hot air and all the others are cold, then you either have a A/C door problem or the Actuator Motor that works that door for that vent is bad. I see this problem a lot working on A/C problems all the time. This problem has nothing to do with a thermostat or anything else on the vehicle. It's only a door problem. You'll need to find out which door goes to that vent and remove the actuator and move the door by hand and see if it gets cold out of that vent. Hope this helps and have an awesome day.

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Your O2 sensor has been running for a long long time. OBD 2 checks both O2 sensors *(pre and post catalyst) to confirm it is just a bad sensor and not an out of range sensor condition or catalyst problem.

If your exhaust system was plugged you would hear it as a loud hissing noise of exhaust escaping any way it could before the plug. You would also notice nothing coming out of the back of the exhaust system. Both easy to rule out.

Replace the appropiate O2 sensor, reset your computer, and drive!

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