Chevrolet Tahoe Problem Report

Chevrolet Tahoe Improper HVAC Temperature and/or Air Delivery Due to Failed Mode Door Actuator

(114 reports)

One or more heater & AC (HVAC) air delivery and/or temperature mode door actuator may fail. This can result in incorrect air delivery or temperature. If this occurs, fault code(s) stored in the HVAC control module should be available to assist with diagnoses.

The vents facing the driver blow out hot air when the air conditioner is on. Sometimes it goes back to cold and there have been times when I have to pull over to restart the vehicle. I just turned the heat on, and now cold air comes out then heater is on. Is this a recall problem? -
In AC mode, heat eventually comes out on drivers side. I had the actuator replaced by mechanic at a cost of $300.00 ($150 for the actuator and $150 for labor). New actuator worked fine for awhile now it's doing it again. Anyone have any suggestions or instructions on how to install new actuator? -
2005 tahoe. have noticed rear a/c blowing hot if it is on at the same time or before front a/c. have to turn all a/c off, turn on front, then back and it usually works. sometimes have to restart the vehicle to get it to work. just replaced the battery and fusible link cable between battery and alternator, now the passenger side is blowing hot. since we're at the 39th day in a row of 100+ outside, i don't need the heater. i've read other blogs and it seems to be either a mode selector motor or actuator door issue, but i haven't seen anything definitive. can anyone help, please! -
cant switch air to vents from def -
Driver/passenger air vents blow hot then cold when using A/C. Back to cold when you restart the vehicle. -
late August the AC would switch to heat for a few minuets and then resume with the AC,. as summer became fall I disregarded the problem till the 1st hard frost when after 5 miles little heat -
trying to get cold air thru the dash vents is a hit and miss deal. air will go thru the defrosters for the most part but in az. this takes a long time to get the inside cool. has electronic air front and rear .all air coming out is cold but just the wrong place -
AC blows hot. Have to turn off engine and turn back on and this seems to fix until next time. -
When the heat setting is on heat is only in the front the rear heat vents do not blow hot only cold even when the rear heat setting is on hot. -
when air condition is on hot air blows on drivers side some of the time.. If I turn the vehicle off it will reset it. Same thing happens sometimes on passenger side. -
Heat on drivers side while running ac not all the time. Now at 180,000. while running heat it blows cold air on drivers side it will not change. -
Driver and passenger do not heat evenly. Have not fixed yet -
Heating and A/C does not come on till 3 on the dial -
Its not fix. The air temperature does not work like it should. Just bought the 5ahoe not even a year ago. -
The overhead ac/ heater doesn't work at all -
not fixed yet; just living with it so far; had the freon system flushed and refilled; issue with heat coming out when AC on still occurs. -
Drivers side vent delivers hot air when in AC mode. Passenger side vents blow cold air. This is frustrating as I have already paid to fix this once before. -
my heating temps reading at 78 is really cold I have to put my heater at 80 to get heat its to cold when its at 78 or 75 -
Driver air vents will blow extremely hot air, while passenger air remains normal. I have not repaired the problem. -
2nd time I need to replace actuators due to cold and hot air malfunctioning on either side of vehicle -
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