Driver's side AC does not blow cold air. Passenger's side does on 2003 Toyota Highlander

We removed a mouse nest and replaced cabin air filter. The problem developed around that time

by in Columbia City, OR on August 04, 2012
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2 answers
ANSWER by , August 09, 2012
Not sure about toyota , but if it has 'dual zone' temp controls low refrigerant can cause that problem in some vehicles.Would be a strange coincidence. Did you find any mice high on R-134?
ANSWER by , August 08, 2012
The mouse may have damaged the vent control door or module.