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i got an 06 ridgeline ... i have an issue on the driver side climate control is not working .... passanger side is working a1 lots off heat on this side but driver side just get a bit .... hi change my heater blower and and fix the connector and change thermostats ...

last winter its was working good .... any help please :act035::act035:
 

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Possibly stupid question - is the "Dual" button engaged?

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dual on or dual off its the same thing i got air flow on both side but passanger side is 50% or more hotter then drive side ...
 

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Probably the blend door motor has gone bad, or the technician forgot to hook it back up. Check the cabin air filter just in case (cheap thing you can do yourself).

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This is from the 06'-08' FSM
Self-diagnostic Function... Adding both systems, for others to find which ones they need for later.

Hope it helps.
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Dual Climate info..
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Sensor Testing...
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Component Location
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Those are from the official service manual. You can buy one at Helm, Inc.

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I am unable to find the sensor at the parts stores I have saved, maybe others will have luck or call your local honda dealership.
You could try cleaning, but here are the test & removal:
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sensor test is ok ... by any chance you got the one for the cabin temperature sensor so i can test it out .... after that my only chance will be the control unit
 

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You got Error Code G which states a short or open condition in the EvapTempSensor and a error on #5 which is the same circuit.
What ohm reading did you get on the sensor?
What was the reading on #9 97?
 

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(note the the readings are in Celsius)
#9 is reading 99* Celsius which is 210*F
Since you say it's cold, but the system is getting a hot reading, that would lead me to believe that the sensor is bad.
 

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It also looks like you're not getting a Error on #5 now so this may be a intermittent or the start of a failure issue also.
I would run each test 3 times and record the readings.
 

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its was unplug since i went to check the connector ... now its ok and recheck 2 time now same reading
 
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