Okay, if it is cycling, the system is pressurized and not mow on freon. Next check is the blend air door. It is located near the heater core. It determines if you get AC or heat. Check to make sure it is functioning.
November, 20, 2010 AT 9:58 PM
Ok I will check that. Can you tell me how to correct those diagnostic codes?
November, 20, 2010 AT 10:10 PM
You can try disconnecting the battery to see if that resets them. If not, it will need done by a scanner.
November, 20, 2010 AT 10:24 PM
The diagnostic scanner when ran gave me those codes but did not tell me how to correct the problems, does that make sense?
November, 21, 2010 AT 2:57 AM
Each code identifies a different problem. Is that what you mean?
November, 22, 2010 AT 1:04 AM
Yes that is correct but it does not tell me how to fix the problems.
November, 22, 2010 AT 2:11 AM
B1265 - Cold air bypass door actuator circuit failure
B2798 - Driver coolant control valve circuit short to ground
B2799 - Passanger coolant control valve open circuit
Since you have heat all the time, the B2799 I feel is the problem. Here is a test.
1) Key in off position
2) Disconnect coolant control valve
3) Key in on position
4) Measure the resistance between ground and coolant control valve plug.
5) Is the voltage greater than 10 volts?
Let me know.
November, 22, 2010 AT 5:05 PM
Ok so when I try that what happens if the less than 10 volts, does that mean that is the problem? I am getting cooler air from the passenger side control but not as cold as it should be, the drivers side is hot air.