Chrysler Town & Country Problem Report
Chrysler Town & Country No Heat From Right Side Dash Vents
If the heater is on and no heat is felt from the right side dash vents, there may be a problem with the blend air door shaft; a revised part is available to address this concern.
only cold air blows on the passenger side of the van. No matter where I set the themostat. Also, found that the restistor and wiring harness was burning out. - Visitor
driver side is ok,back is ok but passager is no heat,it blows air but not hot - Visitor
I bought this van in Florida so it had never really been an issue till now. I have moved back to Minnesota and would like heat. I have heat on the passenger side and in the back. Not on the driver side. I will be looking at the air temp control blend door as I have read this is the cause on multiple forums. - Visitor
Blows cold air from floor vent on passenger side of vehicle. Air always blows from floor vent, no matter what setting heat is on. Heat comes out of every other vent on the passenger side - reason is a mystery:( - Visitor
no heat frompassenger side fron vents. all others work fine. - Visitor
No Heat From Right Side of Vehicle/ defrost - Visitor
The heat works on the drivers side but the passenger side just blows cold air. - tmintz
no heat from vents a/c works ok - Visitor
mines on the left side, wont heat but blows air. right side is fine. - whalleymark
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