One issue has cropped up

(97 E320) When the AC is on, the driver's side air flow is warmer than the passenger side. Both settings are the same. Should I look toward the baffles not moving, or something else?
Anyone with experience in this matter?
TIA,
Collin
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If (and only if) necessary ... Any manuals out there for doing a tear-down of the dash to get @ the mechanism?
Collin
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Don't overlook the sun sensor; it may, I'm not sure, control the side to side temp.
Of course if there's a difference at night then there's something to investigate.
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Sun sensor? We don't need no steenkin' sun sensor! :)
I'm not certain what sensor you're referring to. Tell me more. I recall nothing in the owner's manual about this.
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In the center of the dash - adjacent to the windshield is what looks like a plastic bulb - sun sensor.
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It is probably your heater valve... there are two valves but probably one unit... change it out in engine compartment.
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