AC not cooling on drivers side on 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

I have dual control air and the drivers side is blowing 25 degrees hotter than the passenger. Can you tell me where to start with this problem

by in Baton Rouge, LA on April 15, 2010
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ANSWER by on May 25, 2010
A/C problem could be the A/C controls on the dash are not working properly, the doors inside the dash are not closing completely, letting warm blended air in on the driver's side. Or you may have a leak in the ac system. That is what experts have told me about my 2001 issues. hope it helps.
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COMMENT by on May 31, 2010
Sounds like it could be the actuator in your A/C. One side is closed (your driver's side) while the passenger side is turned open to the cold air. We've also had this problem in our Honda 2005.
COMMENT by on August 31, 2010
Had this with our 2001 with digital A/C controls. Requires a reset of the system so that the actuator begins working properly again.
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