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Warm air from passenger half of dash vents 200 1992

Noticed the other day that the air coming out of the dash vents for the passenger side of the car is warm while the air coming out of the driver side vents is cool. I thought it was all one plenum so that if the heater valve wasn't shutting off properly all vents should be warm. What gives here or am I mistaken in my understanding of the airflow situation?






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